Unexhaustible

Un`ex`haust´i`ble


a.1.Inexhaustible.
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For all Shakespeare's great creations are like works of nature, subjects of unexhaustible [sic] study .
The "prosperity" of 1918-28 has been described as a Pactolian flood of gold, flowing down incessantly, securing million dollar gate-receipts to pugilists and royal incomes to movie-queens, apparently unexhaustible, but ending as abruptly as it began.
This is why if used comptently, these resources could be unexhaustible.