inexhaustible[ in-ig-zaws-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexhaustible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEXHAUSTIBLE
Following in their footsteps is an inexhaustible efflorescence of prodigies.
Is there not also inexhaustible wealth in our southern provinces?
Here was evidently the source of the Kikuyu's inexhaustible corn supply.
Their stringy muscles seemed founts of inexhaustible energy.
Our Father, in his inexhaustible clemency, heard their prayer.
The beneficent source had begun to flow once more, as if it were inexhaustible.
The simplicity of nature is not that which may easily be read, but is inexhaustible.
His fund of energy and enthusiasm was inexhaustible, like that of his good humour.
They talk glibly of exhausting them as though their own resources were inexhaustible.
Its standard is as high, its subjects are as inexhaustible, as ever.