never tire of (something)

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never tire of (something)

To never stop enjoying some activity or endeavor. Often said sarcastically of someone who likes to do something to an irritating degree. I'll never tire of our long hikes each weekend, Sandra. She never tires of reminding us about her amazing year abroad in London.
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never tire of doing something

do something a lot, especially in a way that annoys people: He went to Harvard — as he never tires of reminding us.
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I wish Ai-Ai would never tire of doing good for others,' Wally said.
The lad - I would call him RV - would never tire of doing it again and again.
After telling the detective how he fired repeatedly at Mr Finucane's head, he said: ``You never tire of doing this, Jonty.
The reporting of events on torture and other human rights abuses during the dark years of the Marcos martial rule is something the Inquirer should never tire of doing.
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