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Spell check of tireless

Correct spelling: tireless

Synonyms:
deliberate, animated, steady, insistent, dogged, set, resolved, firm, spunky, enthusiastic, zealous, hardworking, dedicated, stiff, unfailing, inexorable, strenuous, assiduous, headstrong, sedulous, indefatigable, obstinate, willing, true, decisive, industrious, tough, up-and-coming, valiant, courageous, staunch, reliable, ruthless, tired, plucky, indomitable, incessant, unyielding, strong-willed, diligent, decided, tenacious, weariless, bullheaded, undaunted, obdurate, inexhaustible, busy, relentless, brave, unwearied, steadfast, bustling, stubborn, enterprising, unwavering, spirited, faithful, stony, enduring, gumptious, lively, vivacious, determined, strong, strong-minded, stirring, dauntless, continue, loyal, unchangeable, bold, devoted, serious, intent, resolute, moving, hard-working, uncompromising, sprightly, untiring, eager, unflagging, hard, committed, active, persistent, fearless, stern, earnest, implacable, persevering, unflinching, steely, dynamic, energetic, thorough, unwearying, unbending, fervent, hearty, constant.

Antonyms:
drained, jaded, indolent, tuckered, shiftless, slothful, negligent, spiritless, laggard, lethargic, overworked, listless, worn-out, desultory, played out, casual, enervated, sapped, sluggish, overtaxed, lackadaisical, beat, done in, broken, apathetic, wearied, languid, spent, burned-out, lazy.

Examples of usage:

1) Half the country was there at her feet, and only one of all her invited guests absent, and he a poor, tireless, ne'er- do- well. - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

2) The baby had ceased to cry, but he was still prowling to and fro, tireless and patient, with an endurance that was almost superhuman. - "The Lamp in the Desert", Ethel M. Dell.

3) He was very proud himself of the fact, that while he took from his father a large, strong, healthy frame and a dignified carriage, he had his mother's skill for putting things in order, her constancy of enterprise and her tireless faculty for hard work. - "Makers of Modern Medicine", James J. Walsh.

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