inexhaustive

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inexhaustive

(ˌɪnɪɡˈzɔːstɪv)
adj
not exhaustive; not thoroughnot liable to become exhausted; inexhaustible
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In fact, it may well be that democracy is all of these characteristics plus many more ndash a long inexhaustive list.
Chief Ariyo, who was a former Delta House of Assembly aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) further observed that the ban list, which was on Sunday denied by the FG, was inexhaustive and tilted to elements of the opposition.
James and Muhammed Ali (and the list remains inexhaustive) are AAs who either visited or settled in Ghana (Gaines 2012).
(1) An apparently inexhaustive list includes Araengual and Xiu (2013), Brogaard and Detzel (2015), Christou et al.
The literature is inexhaustive when it comes to results on a thin film on a moving belt; these interesting results are not limited to [6, 8-13] and the references therein.
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.
An analysis of the requirements of the rule and the exam manual leads us to expect lenders to be held to the following (inexhaustive) list of standards:
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. Painting is, as it always has been, a marriage of the objects of love with human sensibility, an empathy in which one is heightened in terms of the other."
Mortensen's presentation in this case is not simply too inexhaustive: It is also misleading and inaccurate.
The contexts were chosen to represent an inexhaustive set of generic scenarios that would be recognizable and meaningful to respondents.