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
That theme was based on the work of Terri Hemmert, the indefatigable WXRT-FM disc jockey, who has been at that rock station’s microphone for more than four decades.
Outraged by both racial and economic injustice, Huerta was indefatigable in her efforts to advance the wages and working conditions of California’s farmworkers, most of whom were black, Mexican, Filipino, Japanese and Chinese working families.
Over 45 years after her efforts for women began, the indefatigable 83-year-old Steinem remains one of feminism’s most relevant, eloquent and persuasive voices.
The Badgers entered the regular-season finale having won four of five games and, led by indefatigable freshman Brad Davison, played well enough and displayed enough toughness to beat many teams Sunday at the Kohl Center.
Kaelin had met Chris Williams, one of the Indiana investors and an indefatigable playboy, at a party and had come in and pitched a show called Houseguest.
Frk is indefatigable in his drive to play in the NHL.
His return bodes well for a team that really hasn’t had a big who can attack the rim other than the indefatigable Antetokounmpo, who scored the winning basket with 1.9 seconds left, and is dead last in the NBA in rebounding.
Liverpool's current left back Andrew Robertson has been receiving almost universal praise from pundits and fans alike in recent weeks for a series of momentous displays, culminating in his indefatigable showing in the 4-3 victory over Man City.
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Origin and Etymology of indefatigable
First Known Use: 1608See Words from the same year
determined, dogged, patient, persevering, persistent, pertinacious, plodding, relentless, steadfast, steady, stubborn, tenacious, unabated, unfailing, unfaltering, unflinching, unrelenting, unremitting, unwavering;
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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