exhaustless


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ex·haust·less

 (ĭg-zôst′lĭs)
adj.
Impossible to exhaust; inexhaustible.

ex·haust′less·ly adv.
ex·haust′less·ness n.

exhaustless

(ɪɡˈzɔːstləs)
adj
unable to be exhausted

ex•haust•less

(ɪgˈzɔst lɪs)

adj.
inexhaustible.
[1705–15]
ex•haust′less•ly, adv.
ex•haust′less•ness, n.
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The locomotive, guided by an English engineer and fed with English coal, threw out its smoke upon cotton, coffee, nutmeg, clove, and pepper plantations, while the steam curled in spirals around groups of palm-trees, in the midst of which were seen picturesque bungalows, viharis (sort of abandoned monasteries), and marvellous temples enriched by the exhaustless ornamentation of Indian architecture.
Fanny's beauty of face and figure, Fanny's graces of manner and goodness of heart, were the exhaustless theme.
Each morning was like the one that had preceded it; noon poured down the same exhaustless rays, and night condensed in its shadow the scattered heat which the ensuing day would again bequeath to the succeeding night.
Any one but a man of exhaustless thirst for knowledge would have had pity on seeing the steward's extraordinary repugnance for the count's projected drive without the walls; but the Count was too curious to let Bertuccio off from this little journey.
These losses, however, are at the time partly relieved by the exhaustless delight of anticipating the long wished-for day of return.
In the exhaustless catalogue of Heaven's mercies to mankind, the power we have of finding some germs of comfort in the hardest trials must ever occupy the foremost place; not only because it supports and upholds us when we most require to be sustained, but because in this source of consolation there is something, we have reason to believe, of the divine spirit; something of that goodness which detects amidst our own evil doings, a redeeming quality; something which, even in our fallen nature, we possess in common with the angels; which had its being in the old time when they trod the earth, and lingers on it yet, in pity.
Possessing an exhaustless well of affection in her nature, its sparkling waters had freshened and brightened the Nuns' House for years, and yet its depths had never yet been moved: what might betide when that came to pass; what developing changes might fall upon the heedless head, and light heart, then; remained to be seen.
On the first-floor of the house was a Bank--a surprising experience for any gentleman of commercial pursuits bringing laws for all mankind from a British city--where two spare clerks, like dried dragoons, in green velvet caps adorned with golden tassels, stood, bearded, behind a small counter in a small room, containing no other visible objects than an empty iron-safe with the door open, a jug of water, and a papering of garland of roses; but who, on lawful requisition, by merely dipping their hands out of sight, could produce exhaustless mounds of five-franc pieces.
Whipple particularly admires the lengthy "Custom-House" introduction, which, "instinct with the vital spirit of humor, show[s] how rich and exhaustless a fountain of mirth Hawthorne has at his command.
The Spirit of God, I realized is exhaustless Bliss; His body is countless tissues of light.
With the exhaustless reservoir of the government of the United States furnishing easy money, the sales increase, the businesses enlarge, more new enterprises are started, the spirit of optimism pervades the community.
That exhaustless army fighting to extend life into the beyond.