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[ig-zawst-lis] /ɪgˈzɔst lɪs/
Origin of exhaustless
1705-15; exhaust + -less
Related forms
exhaustlessly, adverb
exhaustlessness, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • This may be regarded as the soul of enduring literature, and it is as exhaustless as the human mind itself.

  • On all the streams are strips of rich alluvion of exhaustless fertility.

  • Mongrelism beats upon the border all around the south; it threatens to burst forth from an exhaustless source within.

    The Brothers' War John Calvin Reed
  • They are apparently as copious and exhaustless as they were three centuries ago.

    Fresh Fields John Burroughs
  • Here was food in exhaustless plenty; and here was weather benignant enough for any reasonable needs.

    Kings in Exile Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
  • Of what avail all of our unceasing and exhaustless endurance?

    Following the Flag Charles Carleton Coffin
  • Her engines of war were exhaustless and under perfect control.

    The Victim Thomas Dixon
  • Many are the aspects and relationships of any fact; its actuality is exhaustless.

  • Yet this doomed and dead sea of salt is a source of life to man in its exhaustless supply of salt for his use.

    The Covenant of Salt Henry Clay Trumbull
  • If the larder were empty the "great house" had an exhaustless supply.

    The Broken Sword Dennison Worthington

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