Unwearied

Antonyms of UNWEARIED

Examples of usage:

  1. Now that her mother was really sick, Lenora seemed suddenly changed, and with unwearied care watched over her as kindly and faithfully as if no words save those of affection had ever passed between them. "Homestead on the Hillside" by Mary Jane Holmes
  2. They do what harm they can to innocent folk; they enter into, support, and direct- like Macbeth's witches- the evil thoughts of men; they rejoice in the battle, in the wounds and pain and death of men; they shriek and scream and laugh around the head of the hero when he goes forth, like Cuchulain, to an unwearied slaughter of men. "The High Deeds of Finn and other Bardic Romances of Ancient Ireland" by T. W. Rolleston
  3. The other, after amazing labours, flies still with unwearied diligence through the three kingdoms, calling sinners to repentance, and to the healing fountain of Jesus' blood. "Fletcher of Madeley" by Frederic W. Macdonald
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