Examples of indefatigable in a Sentence
a person of indefatigable patience
an indefatigable laborer who can work from sunrise to sunset
Recent Examples of indefatigable from the Web
Canada’s indefatigable consumers, benefiting from a buoyant jobs market and rising home values, continue to be key drivers.
Yet there is no denying the lure of the basic hook; the first four films pitched Sigourney Weaver, as the indefatigable Ripley, against her opposite number, a silvery beast with a biomechanical edge.
During the film festival this cabal of indefatigable problem-fixers will be working in overdrive, handling just about anything the rich and famous can throw at them.
The indefatigable Thiem, of Austria, heads to Paris with confidence after a fantastic clay-court season.
The billing data, which shows indefatigable employees, and the employers’ claim that these same nurses were absent and unproductive can’t both be right.
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Origin and Etymology of indefatigable
Middle French, from Latin indefatigabilis, from in- + defatigare to fatigue, from de- + fatigare to fatigue
First Known Use: 1608See Words from the same year
INDEFATIGABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indefatigable for English Language Learners
: able to work or continue for a very long time without becoming tired
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