Examples of tireless in a Sentence
She has been a tireless advocate for reform.
a tireless advocate for human rights
Recent Examples of tireless from the Web
His tireless work ethic and passion for the game made him one of the most productive defensive players to ever wear a Chiefs uniform and one of the most respected players both in our locker room and around the league.
The Ricketts are tireless advocates for conservative causes and the Republican Party behind the scenes.
Alexander was a tireless supporter of expansion of voters rights.
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Entitled Trouble No More, the eight-disc, one-DVD set focuses on the wealth of live recordings stemming from the tireless three years Dylan spent on the road spreading his word.
Special thanks to her sisters for their tireless vigils and especially Karen for her loving care of Lynn over the past several months.
Jeff Remmel, a lifelong UC San Diego professor known for his tireless nurturing of students and his insights about some of the most arcane areas of mathematics, died unexpectedly on Sept. 29 in La Jolla.
Since the Oslo Accords were signed in 1993 and during countless rounds of ensuing peace talks, Mr. Erekat remained a tireless champion of an independent Palestinian state within the holy grail of a two-state solution.
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First Known Use of tireless
determined, dogged, patient, persevering, persistent, pertinacious, plodding, relentless, steadfast, steady, stubborn, tenacious, unabated, unfailing, unfaltering, unflinching, unrelenting, unremitting, unwavering;
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