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Definition of "indefatigable" []

  • Incapable or seemingly incapable of being fatigued; tireless. See Synonyms at tireless. (adjective)
  • Unable to be tired out; unflagging (adjective)

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Use "indefatigable" in a sentence
  • "Armstrong had long been known as an indefatigable spear-carrier for Harry Chandler, but at this moment he seemed unaware that the wind had shifted at Times headquarters."
  • "I thought that, according to George Galloway, only certain Middle Eastern dictators could be termed indefatigable?"
  • "Larsen: If you're ADD and you still have a kind of indefatigable creative drive ..."