untired


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untired

(ʌnˈtaɪəd)
adj
not tired; unwearied
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untired - with unreduced energyuntired - with unreduced energy    
rested - not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing; "came back rested from her vacation"
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To close with this powerful, untired brute after having just passed through a terrific battle with another of his kind would have been to tempt defeat.
He was at the edge of another of those terrible canyons, the eighth he had crossed, whose precipitous sides would have taxed to the uttermost the strength of an untired man well fortified by food and water, and for the first time, as he looked down into the abyss and then at the opposite side that he must scale, misgivings began to assail his mind.
Tom rowed with untired vigor, and with a different speed from poor Maggie's.
That good creature - I mean Peggotty - all untired by her late anxieties and sleepless nights, was at her brother's, where she meant to stay till morning.
Across the clearing they raced as though they had not already covered in a single day a trackless, primeval country that might easily have required two days by fresh and untired men.
On the other hand, the students paid rich tribute to Ustad Hizbullah Qureshi for his untired services for the Shikarpur specially in Education Sector because thousands of students get benefited from this centre.
Qureshi assured the journalists to inform the Chief Minister Sindh regarding their untired undiscriminating services and faced financial issues and hoped to get solution soon.
There were three each from the Netherlands and Switzerland and two each from France, Austria and the Untired States.
Before Caesar's assassination, Brutus urges the conspirators congregated at his house to hide their cause with constant performance: "Good gentlemen, look fresh and merrily; / Let not our looks put on our purposes, / But bear it as our Roman actors do, / With untired spirits and formal constancy" (2.1.224-27).
The suspension of this condition made possible due to the untired efforts of the Bureau of Emigration and Overseas Employment.
What is certain is that pictures and poetry and music are not only marks in time but marks through time, of their own time and ours, not antique or historical, but living as they ever did, exuberantly, untired. If we want our contemporary pieces to live exuberantly, untired, to become part of our culture, to become part of the way we listen to our landscape and ourselves, we have to be prepared to invest in them, over many years.
You join this soccer club, but you can't say you want to play rugby" French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius "I would like to see whether I can get untired" Hillary Clinton, who is stepping down as US Secretary of State "You can spend a lifetime in the theatre being serious - but fall over a couple of times - that's when you get the gales of laughter" Actor Simon Russell Beale, who has twice recently taken painful tumbles on stage