inexhaustibly

[ in-ig-zaws-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexhaustibly
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How inexhaustibly rich everything is, if you only stick to life.

But the most lovely of them all was the inexhaustibly lovely Tsarevna.

He was poor of purse, but inexhaustibly rich in the happier gifts of fortune.

There seemed no limit to what might be done and enjoyed in that inexhaustibly renovating air.

His intellect was inexhaustibly fertile of distinctions and objections; his temper calm and unadventurous.

Their yams and cassava grow without effort, for the soil is easily worked and inexhaustibly fertile.

They alone have this apparently miraculous property of inexhaustibly developing before the mind.

Like other necessaries of life—like air, and water, and food—it is universally diffused, and inexhaustibly supplied.

Inexhaustibly kind to undeserved misfortune, a little impatient of mere incompetence, implacable to continuous idiocy.

Viewed from this standpoint the Uitlander grievances were an inexhaustibly rich and payable mine.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + exhaustible (see exhaust). Related: Inexhaustibly.

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