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- adv. In an exhaustive manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an exhaustive manner; in such a manner as to leave no point of a subject unexamined; thoroughly: as, he treated the subject exhaustively.
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- adv. in an exhaustive manner
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And one of the things they’ve tested exhaustively is time-travel.
Clegg says the government looked "exhaustively" at whether to introduce a graduate tax, but decided it could not work.
Ya somethin' was proved "exhaustively" up thread but probably not what you think...
No foreigner would then purchase anything until it had been long enough in his hands to be examined and re-examined and "exhaustively" examined, -- or accept any order for imports unless the order were accompanied by
When is a class of Things said to be 'exhaustively' divided?
Brunswick worked "exhaustively" to obtain a list of lenders for Leibovitz that included Colony, Brunswick claimed.
Brodie last week declined to comment, saying the incident had been "exhaustively" investigated.
It is this level of detail at which Ailes scrutinizes what goes on the air, from his rivals and, especially – exhaustively – on his own channels, which also include the 4-year-old Fox Business Network.
If you're in an established relationship and suddenly find yourself forced to make a choice between a partner and a pet, I can only urge you to search exhaustively for an alternative to giving up your companion animal.
The first half of that strange era devoted its time exhaustively to erecting tediously "truthful" structures, while the second, discovering one could only go so far contemplating the bare reality of a building's skeleton, decided that there was no truth to begin with, and then spent the rest of its time sermonizing like a Puritan about the subject.