exhaustlessly


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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.

exhaustlessly

(ɪɡˈzɔːstləslɪ)
adv
in an exhaustless manner
References in classic literature ?
As a furnisher of business for me and for Mammy Dorcas she is exhaustlessly competent, but I like my share of it and of course Dorcas likes hers, for Dorcas "raised" George, and Cathy is George over again in so many ways that she brings back Dorcas's youth and the joys of that long-vanished time.
filled exhaustlessly by life in order to be more richly itself, and this life, with the great purpose of a river, he emptied now into the harbor of his house, the sufficient haven of himself, for whom the gnarled vines wove round him thrice, the earth burgeoned with abundant fruit and blossom, the fire burnt madly.