- not exhaustible; incapable of being depleted: an inexhaustible supply.
- untiring; tireless: an inexhaustible runner.
Origin of inexhaustible
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Examples from the Web for inexhaustible
I was, in fact, one of the lucky recipients of the inexhaustible generosity documented in the film.
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Her brashness, inventiveness, and inexhaustible energy carried her the rest of the way.Elsa Maxwell, the Kingmaker
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Following in their footsteps is an inexhaustible efflorescence of prodigies.The Dream
Is there not also inexhaustible wealth in our southern provinces?The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
Here was evidently the source of the Kikuyu's inexhaustible corn supply.Freeland
Their stringy muscles seemed founts of inexhaustible energy.White Fang
Our Father, in his inexhaustible clemency, heard their prayer.The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ
- incapable of being used up; endlessinexhaustible patience
- incapable or apparently incapable of becoming tired; tireless
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Word Origin and History for inexhaustible
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