indefatigably

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv indefatigably with indefatigable energy "she watched the show indefatigably"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Indefatigably Without weariness; without yielding to fatigue; persistently.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • indefatigably In an indefatigable manner; without weariness; without yielding to fatigue.
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Quotations

  • Ellen Wood
    Ellen Wood
    “We are truly indefatigable in providing for the needs of the body, but we starve the soul.”

Usage

In literature:

The Duchess of Gordon was indefatigable in her ambition, but she could not always entangle dukes.
"Beaux and Belles of England" by Mary Robinson
Quinn was fearless, daring, indefatigable; but Quinn was not Ferry.
"The Cavalier" by George Washington Cable
Mrs. Gladstone, according to Mr. Hope-Scott, was an indefatigable canvasser for her husband.
"The Grand Old Man" by Richard B. Cook
He was as indefatigable in politeness, as his wife had been in her regimental duties.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 327" by Various
Sowerby, former British naval attache at Washington, perished with his ship, the Indefatigable, while Capt.
"America's War for Humanity" by Thomas Herbert Russell
The indefatigable Edmund, however, had still resources.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 5" by Various
These particulars, when communicated to Delia by the indefatigable assiduity of Miss Fletcher, afforded her but a very slender consolation.
"Damon and Delia" by William Godwin
Colonel Bracebridge installed himself at the Priory, and nursed him with indefatigable good-humour and few thanks.
"Yeast: A Problem" by Charles Kingsley
The indefatigable Blucher arrived, and the star of Napoleon sank.
"Precaution" by James Fenimore Cooper
He was indefatigable in business, and paid attention to all petitions.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume IV" by John Lord
Harley was indefatigable in intrigues.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII" by John Lord
In office he was more constant and indefatigable, than lord Bolingbroke himself.
"Four Early Pamphlets" by William Godwin
She gave free audience to her subjects, paid attention to all petitions, and was indefatigable in business.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume VIII" by John Lord
His wife was an indefatigable helpmeet.
"France in the Nineteenth Century" by Elizabeth Latimer
Even Miss Miller, ordinarily indefatigable where gentlemen were concerned, soon gave him up.
"Queed" by Henry Sydnor Harrison
They are indefatigable in their efforts to make converts, but their converts," he adds, "have never heard of the Holy Ghost.
"The Great Lone Land" by W. F. Butler
Fowke, who has been indefatigable in supervising all such work.
"New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol 2, No. 1, April, 1915" by Various
But Douglas was the better campaigner, the more winning personality, the more indefatigable worker.
"Children of the Market Place" by Edgar Lee Masters
But he remains the indefatigable and supreme head of the State.
"India, Old and New" by Sir Valentine Chirol
Only the more indefatigable youngsters remained.
"A Woman Named Smith" by Marie Conway Oemler
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In poetry:

High summer Noon! Yon crow of all his kind
Stands indefatigably impudent--
A vigilant scout upon a battlement
Of his vast fortress. Underneath him wind
"An August Noon" by James Herbert Morse
Life is a string of pearls,
And you the first I strung.
You left -first flower of girls! -
Life lyric on my tongue,
An indefatigable dance,
An inexhaustible romance!
"Boo to Buddha" by Aleister Crowley
LORENZO.
Your pardon, master, but you do me wrong.
Mayhap I lack the gift. Alas, I fear it!
But not the patience, not the energy
Of earnest, indefatigable toil,
That help to make the artist.
"The Spagnoletto. Act I" by Emma Lazarus

In news:

At UCLA's Chicano Studies Research Center and in projects around the country, he's indefatigable.
Wilder, Tennessee's indefatigable lieutenant governor, once moved a trailer park from Shelby to Fayette County.
A magical capital, an indefatigable work ethic and a sound economic development model ensure this German giant's overwhelming success.
This is just the latest phenomenon in the indefatigable Chinese inclination for imitation .
An Ultimate Sad Sack, Hopelessly Indefatigable .
With his indefatigable work ethic, juggling several full-time and guest conducting jobs, he has become the face of Russian classical music.
Breakless at Tiffany's: The Indefatigable Tony King Talks Yorkshire Pride, and What Drew Him To Once.
Thousands and thousands of Trenton residents are better off thanks to the indefatigable spirit of a woman with a big heart and a generous nature.
The term "whirling dervish" was created in an attempt to explain my indefatigable life's velocity.
In Aesop's fable, a grasshopper enjoys a carefree summer, while an indefatigable ant stockpiles food for the cold months ahead.
The Flaming Lips are an indefatigably psychedelic train that runs on big ideas and emits good vibrations.
Brower, who died in 2000 at 88, was among the most influential environmentalists of the last half century, an indefatigable visionary who articulated a populist view of man's relationship with nature that reshaped American culture.
Most folks today seem to have a delusion that the Internet is some indefatigable bastion of freedom, where censorship cannot exist.
Indefatigable Goff stays true to putting party before person.
The indefatigable editors and sponsors of New Outlook, the monthly of Israel's peace camp, convened an international symposium in Washington on October 27.
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In science:

The authors thank Tim Oosterbroek for his indefatigable assistance with the BeppoSAX reduction software.
A Simple Comptonization Model
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