indefatigable

adjective
in·de·fat·i·ga·ble | \ˌin-di-ˈfa-ti-gə-bəl \

Definition of indefatigable 

: incapable of being fatigued : untiring an indefatigable worker

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Other Words from indefatigable

indefatigability \ˌin-di-ˌfa-ti-gə-ˈbi-lə-tē \ noun
indefatigableness \ˌin-di-ˈfa-ti-gə-bəl-nəs \ noun
indefatigably \ˌin-di-ˈfa-ti-gə-blē \ adverb

Examples of indefatigable in a Sentence

a person of indefatigable patience an indefatigable laborer who can work from sunrise to sunset

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But the resilient and indefatigable Croats won’t be an easy out. Brian Straus, SI.com, "France vs. Croatia: A First Look at Their World Cup Final Matchup," 11 July 2018 Sadly, Till’s mother, the indefatigable Mamie Till Mobley, is no longer alive to experience this justice delayed. Ellen Mcgirt, Fortune, "raceAhead: Fresh Justice for Emmett Till?," 12 July 2018 With indefatigable energy, many public company CEOs drive nearby ubiquitous campaigns to convey their message around the nation and around the world relying upon vivid imagery. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Fortune, "Why CEOs Make Great Politicians," 14 June 2018 While Holmes has kept quiet herself, the 34-year-old founder still has a champion in the indefatigable venture capitalist Tim Draper, who told Cheddar on Tuesday that the real fraud in the Theranos mess is the media. Maya Kosoff, The Hive, "Theranos’s Former President Has a Jaw-Dropping Explanation for Why He’s Innocent," 20 June 2018 Such was the messianic zeal and indefatigable effort of those FBI and IRS investigators, you’d be forgiven for thinking the U.S. invented the game rather than having largely ignored it for decades. David Hirshey, WSJ, "World Cup Books Reviewed: The World Without America," 7 June 2018 Among the breakout superstars of the 2018 Winter Olympics was 17-year-old snowboarder Chloe Kim, whose Valley Girl vibe almost belied her technical gold-medal finesse and, by all accounts, indefatigable work ethic. Mari Uyehara, GQ, "How Title IX Gave Rise to the Dad Fan," 11 June 2018 What more indefatigable enemy is there than the family tree, the idea that one’s worst nightmares have been inherited and are doomed to recur from generation to generation? David Sims, The Atlantic, "The Close-to-Home Horror of Hereditary," 7 June 2018 In three seasons as a full-time assistant, Clark was an indefatigable recruiter and was credited with being the lead recruiter for sophomore guards Kevin Huerter and Anthony Cowan Jr. as well as incoming freshman Aaron Wiggins. Don Markus, baltimoresun.com, "Maryland men's basketball assistant Dustin Clark leaving to go into family business," 4 June 2018

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First Known Use of indefatigable

1608, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for indefatigable

Middle French, from Latin indefatigabilis, from in- + defatigare to fatigue, from de- + fatigare to fatigue

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Dictionary Entries near indefatigable

indeedy

in deep shit

indef

indefatigable

in default

indefeasible

in defeat

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indefatigable

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English Language Learners Definition of indefatigable

: able to work or continue for a very long time without becoming tired

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