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- n. Tirelessness; persistence; stamina.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being indefatigable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being indefatigable; unweariedness; persistency.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tireless determination
* Seeing as this had to be conveyed to Saddam via a translator, using the word indefatigability was a bit dangerous, wasnt it?
Strong, proud and human – no flipper for her, though her feet are draped with seaweed – this mermaid's jaw suggests the same patient indefatigability as that of the town she symbolises.
If it is indefatigability you are after, try Sky's Super League, where commentators Eddie and Stevo never tire of extending metaphors beyond breaking point.
Later, when the East End came under bombardment during the blitz, the courage of its people came to symbolise British indefatigability.
To write well about history you do not need a Ph.D., just a few rare but accessible qualities: insatiable curiosity, critical intellect, disciplined imagination, indefatigability in the pursuit of truth and a slightly weird vocation for trying to get to know dead people by studying the sources they have left us.
Yes the moniker "entrepreneur" connotes innovation and indefatigability.
Despite their indefatigability in itemizing the rhetorical moves, the ancients stopped short of so antihumanist a line.
He publicly applauded Saddam Hussein, in that sickening "I salute your indefatigability" speech.
Hats off to your intellectual indefatigability, Melanie: it is surely a heroic quality in these dark days when there seems to be no limit to the power of bigotry.
But it is true, undeniably cringeingly true, that George not only met Saddam, he famously saluted his courage, truth and indefatigability.