inexhaustible

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adjective in·ex·haust·ible \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-bəl\

Definition of inexhaustible

  1. :  not exhaustible: such asa :  incapable of being used up inexhaustible richesb :  incapable of being wearied or worn out an inexhaustible hiker

inexhaustibility

play \ˌi-nig-ˌzȯ-stə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun

inexhaustibleness

play \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-bəl-nəs\ noun

inexhaustibly

play \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-blē\ adverb

Examples of inexhaustible in a sentence

  1. The world's supply of oil is not inexhaustible.

  2. He seems to have inexhaustible energy.

1601

First Known Use of inexhaustible

1601


INEXHAUSTIBLE Defined for English Language Learners

inexhaustible

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adjective in·ex·haust·ible \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-bəl\

Definition of inexhaustible for English Language Learners

  • : impossible to use up completely : impossible to exhaust


INEXHAUSTIBLE Defined for Kids

inexhaustible

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adjective in·ex·haust·ible \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-bəl\

Definition of inexhaustible for Students

  1. :  plentiful enough not to give out or be used up an inexhaustible supply



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