Definition of inexhaustible
: not exhaustible: such asa : incapable of being used up inexhaustible richesb : incapable of being wearied or worn out an inexhaustible hiker
inexhaustibilityplay \ˌi-nig-ˌzȯ-stə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
inexhaustiblenessplay \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-bəl-nəs\ noun
inexhaustiblyplay \ˌi-nig-ˈzȯ-stə-blē\ adverb
Examples of inexhaustible in a Sentence
The world's supply of oil is not inexhaustible.
He seems to have inexhaustible energy.
Recent Examples of inexhaustible from the Web
Bosses liked inexhaustible workers who kept their mouths shut.
The concert at St. Sabina capped a singularly busy Chicago weekend for the apparently inexhaustible, 61-year-old cellist.
There were scoundrels and hucksters, booms and busts, senseless killing in sublime landscapes and a tragic belief in the inexhaustible bounty of nature.
There are so many inexhaustible cultural and career parallels between both that a collaboration seems like a natural fait accompli.
His sunny disposition, his inexhaustible fund of stories and his willingness to improvise made his performances unique.
Carter is charismatic, volatile, coasting through Manhattan’s pleasures on the fumes of apparently inexhaustible family money.
Financial fraud has long been a seemingly inexhaustible subject in European fiction.
Nearly a century ago, Thomas Edison imagined tapping the inexhaustible power of the sun.
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First Known Use of inexhaustible
INEXHAUSTIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inexhaustible for English Language Learners
: impossible to use up completely : impossible to exhaust
INEXHAUSTIBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of inexhaustible for Students
: plentiful enough not to give out or be used up an inexhaustible supply
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