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wea·ri·less

 (wîr′ē-lĭs)
adj.
Not tired, tiring, or relenting; indefatigable. See Synonyms at tireless.

wea′ri·less·ly adv.
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weariless

(ˈwɪərɪlɪs)
adj
not wearied or able to be wearied
ˈwearilessly adv
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weariless

adjective
Having or showing a capacity for protracted effort, regardless of difficulty or frustration:
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weariless strength of fire, and so make completely accomplished
As a lion overpowers a weariless boar in wild combat as the two fight in their pride on the high places of a mountain over a little spring of water, both wanting to drink there, and the lion beats him down by force as he fights for his breath, so Hektor, Priam's son, with a close spear-stroke stripped the life from the fighting son of Menoitios, who had killed so many, and stood above him, and spoke aloud the winged words of triumph: `Patroklos, you thought perhaps of devastating our city, of stripping from the Trojan women the day of their liberty and dragging them off in ships to the beloved land of your fathers.
18.484), through which he displays a philosopher-poet's interest in lunar phases.(25) This allusive technique would be familiar from the song of Iopas in which Vergil reinterprets Homer's image of the "weariless sun" as solar eclipses (solisque labores, Aen.