unweariable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ weariable

Adjective[edit]

unweariable (comparative more unweariable, superlative most unweariable)

  1. tireless
    • 1899, John T. Morse, Abraham Lincoln, Vol. II[1]:
      As a spot upon a white cloth sets off the general whiteness, so this dispatch illustrates Lincoln's unweariable patience and long-suffering without parallel.
    • 1905, Oliver Elton, The Danish History, Books I-IX[2]:
      The beautiful book he produced was worthy of the zeal, and unsparing, unweariable pains, which had been spent on it by the band of enthusiasts, and it was truly a little triumph of humanism.