tireless

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Etymology 1Edit

(intransitive) tire + -less

AdjectiveEdit

tireless (not comparable)

  1. Indefatigable, untiring and not yielding to fatigue
    • 2011 November 12, “International friendly: England 1-0 Spain”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      James Milner's angled free-kick was headed on to the post by the tireless Bent and Lampard the opportunist was perfectly placed to stoop and head in from virtually on the goal-line.

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Etymology 2Edit

tire +‎ -less

AdjectiveEdit

tireless (not comparable)

  1. Without a tire (wheel covering); tyreless.

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