Definition of indefatigably in US English:

indefatigably

adverb

  • See indefatigable

    • ‘The spirit of industrialism, which is indefatigably active in the development of trade relations, undermines the warlike spirit.’
    • ‘It was a lesson he preached indefatigably, and with unshakeable self-confidence, to newspapers, Cabinet ministers, fellow anthropologists, and community groups.’
    • ‘He was all kinds of an artist - poet, sculptor, architect, painter - and although he worked with the irregularity of true genius, he worked indefatigably when once he began.’
    • ‘From his very first words, Victor claims to have been born to two indefatigably affectionate parents in an environment of abundant knowledge.’
    • ‘She is the dinner guest every hostess covets, the indefatigably charming conversation partner who, no matter how obscure the topic, keeps things going.’

Pronunciation

indefatigably

/ˌindəˈfadəɡəblē//ˌɪndəˈfædəɡəbli/