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Definition of "unwearying" []

  • Untiring; not becoming tired. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unwearying" in a sentence
  • "But we could match the solid bones of Homo ergaster and erectus, the fleet feet of Ice Age Aboriginal men and the unwearying endurance of Athenian rowers."
  • "As Gilliard recalled: "It was not that her sisters loved their mother any less, but Tatiana knew how to surround her with unwearying attentions and never gave way to her own capricious impulses.""
  • "Thus he spake, and straightway they ceased from such words and gave unwearying labour to the oar; and quickly they passed by the swiftly flowing river Rhebas and the peak of Colone, and soon thereafter the black headland, and near it the mouth of the river Phyllis, where aforetime"