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Inexhaustive

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Inexhaustive Inexhaustible.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • inexhaustive Not exhaustive: that does not exhaust, empty, or totally consume.
    • inexhaustive Not to be exhausted or spent.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Inexhaustive not to be exhausted: unfailing: not exhaustive
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Quotations

  • William Hazlitt
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    “There are many who talk on from ignorance rather than from knowledge, and who find the former an inexhaustible fund of conversation.”
  • Alfred Jarry
    Alfred Jarry
    “It is conventional to call monster any blending of dissonant elements. I call monster every original inexhaustible beauty.”
  • Jami
    Jami
    “To display his eternal attributes in their inexhaustible variety, the Lord made the green fields of time and space.”

Usage

In literature:

If necessary all the millionaires in the country would open their inexhaustible purses!
"The Master of the World" by Jules Verne
Farmer had an inexhaustible flow of facile melody at his command, always tuneful, sometimes almost inspired.
"The Days Before Yesterday" by Lord Frederick Hamilton
Yes, Tilly's charity seemed sheerly inexhaustible.
"Australia Felix" by Henry Handel Richardson
What inexhaustible funds of reflection.
"The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete" by Duc de Saint-Simon
Her errors proceeded from an inexhaustible fund of activity, which demanded perpetual employment.
"The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete" by Jean Jacques Rousseau
But what was the eternal, the inexhaustible subject of their conversations?
"L'Abbe Constantin, Complete" by Ludovic Halevy
Entire valleys, like Martair, of inexhaustible fertility are abandoned to all the rankness of untamed vegetation.
"Omoo: Adventures in the South Seas" by Herman Melville
The resources of Athens seemed inexhaustible, and resistance to her hopeless.
"The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World From Marathon to Waterloo" by Edward Creasy
Boyesen's energies were inexhaustible.
"Literary Friends And Acquaintances" by William Dean Howells
The mystery of creation was fathomless, infallible, inexhaustible, forever.
"Women in Love" by D. H. Lawrence
Inexhaustible Greece was sacked again.
"Imperial Purple" by Edgar Saltus
And then there was the inexhaustible interest of the travellers themselves.
"The Window-Gazer" by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
Line 17. for inexhaustable r. inexhaustible P. 14 L. 22. for Helpless r. Hopeless.
"The Querist" by George Berkley
Was it fair that she should come back into the sheath because of this passion of his for a vast inexhaustible research?
"Marriage" by H. G. Wells
Manitoba's soil is a deep rich loam, inexhaustible in its productiveness.
"Canada West 1914" by Unknown
The mine is practically inexhaustible and the output returns are enormous.
"Two Years Among the Savages of New Guinea." by W. D. Pitcairn
The wonders of the organization were almost inexhaustible.
"The Way of the Strong" by Ridgwell Cullum
There is light for those in darkness, and there is inexhaustible blessing for the upright.
"The Gospel of Buddha" by Paul Carus
In her absence the theme seemed inexhaustible.
"Discipline" by Mary Brunton
This fact alone proves the soil inexhaustible.
"A History of Oregon, 1792-1849" by William Henry Gray
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In poetry:

Night, that trembles as reflected in my eyes,
but in itself strong;
inexhaustible creation, dominant,
enduring beyond the earth's endurance;
"Night (O you whose countenance)" by Rainer Maria Rilke
But of the oak long-perished, why
Is earth forever full?
For, like the loaf and fish supply,
Its stock of fiber, tough and dry,
Seems inexhaustible.
"The Charter Oak" by Hattie Howard
Truth, strengthened by the strength of thought
Pours inexhaustible supplies,
Whence sagest teachers may be taught,
And Wisdom's self become more wise.
"Progress of Gospel Truth" by John Bowring
Life is a string of pearls,
And you the first I strung.
You left -first flower of girls! -
Life lyric on my tongue,
An indefatigable dance,
An inexhaustible romance!
"Boo to Buddha" by Aleister Crowley
Rose, you majesty-once, to the ancients, you were
just a calyx with the simplest of rims.
But for us, you are the full, the numberless flower,
the inexhaustible countenance.
"The Sonnets To Orpheus: Book 2: VI" by Rainer Maria Rilke
Call them not mean nor trite, these obvious things:
Say whence it is that, in the lengthen'd course
Of ages, lay like lay re-echoed rings,
Save that its charm has inexhausted force.
"The Rose Of The Wilderness (Gathered In Crossing A Portage On The River Winnipeg)" by George Jehoshaphat Mountain

In news:

Peter Hagelstein is trying to revive hope for a future of clean, inexhaustible, inexpensive energy.
FILM The word that comes to mind when thinking of Elliot Lavine's semiannual film noir programs at the Roxie is inexhaustible.
4 Bold Ideas to Make America's Energy Supply Safer, Cleaner & Virtually Inexhaustible .
Virginia Poet Charles Wright Explores ' Inexhaustible Power of Words'.
An exhaustive history of the world's most inexhaustible oil company.
Dubbed the "Inexhaustible Cow," the udders of the hollowed-out wooden beast spewed lager — and five-cent-per-glass milk for the kids — at a Surf Avenue booth, as documented in various reports and photos.
4 Bold Ideas to Make America's Energy Supply Safer, Cleaner & Virtually Inexhaustible.
Faulkner once explained that he set most of his stories in Yoknapatawpha County because there was such an inexhaustible wealth of material contained within that one slice of Mississippi there was simply no reason to branch out.
She's one of those magical people who showed up early in Tropicalia's history with a seemingly inexhaustible supply of story ideas.
I have found the army duffel to be an inexhaustible material and cultural resource.
Tuscany became one of those rare, iconic, inexhaustible destinations people return to again and again—and again.
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In science:

On the other hand, this dream of a final theory might also be perceived as a nightmare by people like the present authors, who hope and believe that reality is an inexhaustible source of wonders.
From Knowledge, Knowability and the Search for Objective Randomness to a New Vision of Complexity
For instance, it can be argued that it is a straightforward expression of the ‘inexhaustibility’ of the universe of sets by any finite number of operations.
Set theory for category theory
Hence, we have the following inexhaustibility property.
Infinite random geometric graphs
If scientists could learn to achieve controlled nuclear fusion, it would provide an essentially inexhaustible source of clean, sustainable energy.
Computational Asteroseismology
In a sense, the great, nearly inexhaustible challenge of strong interaction physics is to delineate the applicability of these effective pictures, to connect them to each other, and to the underlying dynamics.
Summary: Working Group on QCD and Strong Interactions
As a theory with weak and strong coupling phenomena, it is an inexhaustible testing-ground for advances in quantum field, and string theory, and as a component of the Standard Model its exploration is basic science at its best.
Summary: Working Group on QCD and Strong Interactions
We would like to suggest that many of these concepts may not yet be developed, but will take form as we ask new questions of this inexhaustible theory.
Summary: Working Group on QCD and Strong Interactions
An extensive and very informative presentation by Gazta˜naga centered on the large scale distribution of matter and galaxies and the microwave background radiation as seemingly inexhaustible sources of information on the fundamental cosmological parameters.
Report to Anaximander: A Dialogue on the Origin of the Cosmos in the Cradle of Western Civilization
The theory also provides a seemingly inexhaustible supply of mathematical challenges, and many deep mathematical insights have been gained in trying to understand the physical content of the Einstein equations, such as the positive mass theorem or the nonlinear stability of Minkowski space .
Numerical modeling of black holes as sources of gravitational waves in a nutshell
What is an electron? - Just a green trace on the screen of an oscilloscope. Meanwhile, within itself, electron is very complex and is as inexhaustible as the universe. When an electron is annihilated in a lepton collider, the whole universe dies with it.
Theory of citing
Metropolis and Robert May to nowadays, iterative calculus and the logistic function have been an inexhaustible source of surprising results, from deterministic chaos to periodic attractors; results that, on the other hand, were immediately generalized by the so called principle of universality.
Beyond Chaos
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