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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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Tirelessness and speed enforce a second, more perilous change in the way the boy sees the farm: Now he sees it as ground to be got over as fast as possible and, ideally, without stopping.
How can we best understand his tirelessness, his obsessiveness and the radiating authority he brought to his work as executive director of Theatre Communications Group?
His ability to empathize with Vietnamese of all kinds and classes, his dedication, his tirelessness, and, above all, his moral sensibility.
The Welshman's tirelessness in pursuit of second ball paid dividends with winner to add to assist for Sutton.
Olson for "the dedication, the tirelessness, and the innovation that she brought to government service.
I have never seen anyone else campaign for anything with her tenacity and tirelessness.
I admired Said not only for his intelligence but also for his tirelessness.
Ray dedicated his life to his research with the wonder of a child, the fearlessness of an explorer, the precision of a mathematician, and the tirelessness of a researcher who found shallowness and confusion intolerable.
If Updike lacks something in the way of vision and attack, he makes up for it in tirelessness and will.
From their love comes their tirelessness to defend and praise their love--tenaciously, arrogantly, intolerantly, vindictively.
The years have been kind to the Coventry kid and, though the hair might be silver these days, she still generates an air of energy and tirelessness.