[ US /ˈtaɪɝɫəs/ ]
[ UK /tˈa‍ɪ‍ələs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. characterized by hard work and perseverance
  2. showing sustained enthusiastic action with unflagging vitality
    a tireless worker
    unflagging pursuit of excellence
    an indefatigable advocate of equal rights
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How To Use tireless In A Sentence

  • I'd like to thank my backroom staff who worked tirelessly. The Sun
  • But he's always a tireless worker. The Sun
  • They sat in silence, and with tireless patience watched our every motion with that vile, uncomplaining impoliteness which is so truly The Innocents Abroad
  • Wondering how the wasted Stevenson could work so tirelessly, La Farge decided he must be an aitu, a Samoan devil spirit not bound by the laws of the flesh. The Five of Hearts
  • His perimeter game has come under attack, but it's improving and he has worked tirelessly on bettering it.
  • In their immaculate uniforms they go through safety procedures and tirelessly parade the aisles, pushing trolleys laden with drinks, meals and duty free.
  • They create a musical universe dominated by multiple percussion and underpinned by Mazinho Lima s tirelessly inventive bass guitar.
  • As his Congressional colleagues worked tirelessly in Washington, he malingered in New York. Deanie Mills: The Difference Between A Functional Leader And A Fictional One
  • Dom Grimes and George Ross worked tirelessly in midfield and Sam Pollock worked hard on the right.
  • Then they campaigned tirelessly to highlight the injustices that led to those needless deaths. The Sun
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