inexhaustive

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inexhaustive

(ˌɪnɪɡˈzɔːstɪv)
adj
not exhaustive; not thoroughnot liable to become exhausted; inexhaustible
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The fact that Robinson Crusoe is included in this inexhaustive list which contains only four Chinese novels and five world classics attests to the canonical role of the novel.
Kelsen, for Bobbio, became a cardinal figure to whose inexhaustive rich source of ideas he stood fast.
I defend the traditional principles and processes of painting as inexhaustive.
The contexts were chosen to represent an inexhaustive set of generic scenarios that would be recognizable and meaningful to respondents.
After years of wobbling and fumbling, the Supreme Court came up with an inexhaustive four-factor list, each of which presumptively produces a real and substantial connection: (1) the fact that the domicile or residence of the defendant is within the forum; (2) the fact that the defendant is carrying on business within the forum; (3) the fact that the situs of the tort (once identified) is within the forum; and (4) the fact that a contract connected with the tort was entered into in the forum.
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.
181) At the same time, the dataset is too small and inexhaustive to rule out any possibility of bias.