Meaning of indefatigability in English:

indefatigability

Pronunciation /ˌɪndɪfatɪɡəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See indefatigable

‘Their courage, strength and indefatigability.’
  • ‘Yet somehow by the end, there's room for forgiveness and hope and and endorsement of the indefatigability of the human spirit.’
  • ‘The originality, the indefatigability, the uncanny sense of self-promotion, the converting of art into sensibility, put him, it seems to me, into the most rarefied circle.’
  • ‘However, I remain an undimmed admirer of the indefatigability of both noble Lords, even though I disagree with them more often than I agree.’
  • ‘Whatever else you made of him, when it came to delivering sustained barrages of political invective, you had to salute his indefatigability.’