inexhaustive


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inexhaustive

(ˌɪnɪɡˈzɔːstɪv)
adj
not exhaustive; not thoroughnot liable to become exhausted; inexhaustible
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I defend the traditional principles and processes of painting as inexhaustive.
The budget is not inexhaustive," the Deputy Finance Minister said and added that the primary task is to repay the debt to Kazakhstan.
No numbers up to 1000 allow a four-way split, and I did not find any with an inexhaustive search of larger numbers.
56) For an inexhaustive list (and critical analysis) of state legislative protections of medical conscience rights, see Swartz, supra note 18, at 270-73.
8) Paradise, then, is a dialectical or bi-valent mystery arising in at least two dimensions simultaneously: at once manifesting in the physical sphere of inexhaustive cosmogenesis; and then emerging within the noosphere of human consciousness.
Perhaps it is necessary to make it clear that my high esteem for The waste land resides not in a received, canonical inheritance, as if that poem could ever be an inherited, static object of culture; rather, it resides in the stupendous aliveness that an engagement with it gives rise to, as well as its apparently inexhaustive richness of significance and an indelible poetic music, so that one hardly ever returns from a continued reading of it unrewarded with new meaning.
It is no wonder in such an environment, there is a seemingly inexhaustive cadre of young suicide bombers - who, by blowing themselves up, murder not only hundreds of Israelis, but hope itself.
Before engaging in the main body of the study, the article presents a brief and inexhaustive review of previous studies of smoking-related issues outside Japan.
It qualifies through the last of 12 inexhaustive examples given as the requirement of a report, which run from "horse bled from nose" to "interference in running".