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As with Nabokov’s language, there is enormous pleasure to be had in the physical stuff of the work, its almost inexhaustible beauty.Seeing Jasper Johns: A seminal artist’s career is celebrated and illuminated in two cities|Sebastian Smee|September 29, 2021|Washington Post
The seemingly inexhaustible resource of time had finally run out.America's Time in Afghanistan Is Up. What We Owe to Their People Has No Expiration Date|Brian Castner|September 9, 2021|Time
The huge amount of money washing around in the trade is a corrupting force that attracts a seemingly inexhaustible stream of players, no matter how many people police lock up.
I was, in fact, one of the lucky recipients of the inexhaustible generosity documented in the film.
There is not an inexhaustible supply of experienced pilots to operate these fleets.Flight 370 Is Just the Start: Why Asia Isn't Getting Air Safety Right|Clive Irving|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Complete Works By Michel de Montaigne This is the one inexhaustible book anyone interested in the form must have.
Her brashness, inventiveness, and inexhaustible energy carried her the rest of the way.
What figurations, what formulas, could describe the inexhaustible kinesis of those years?
One day, when Aristide was discoursing on the inexhaustible subject of woman, I pulled him up.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
His expletives were varied, vivid and inexhaustible, and the turbid stream was easily set flowing.
Bobby was unfurling some sort of a folded 185 paper which she had drawn from that inexhaustible pocket of hers.The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
Every time I pass through a grove in Brazil, I see new flowers and plants, and a richness of vegetation that seems inexhaustible.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil|Maria Graham
The land is ours—there it lies with inexhaustible resources; let us go and possess it.