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- adv. In an inexhaustible manner.
- adv. To an inexhaustible degree.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inexhaustible manner or degree.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with indefatigable energy
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It comes from Elkin's inimitable and inexhaustibly inventive style.
Yes, he can be infuriating to parent sometimes, but he's inexhaustibly healthy, thank God.
Yet the subject of death and its immediate aftermath, however familiar it may be, remains inexhaustibly fertile, and Shelagh Stephenson's "The Memory of Water," which had its English premiere in 1996 and was first seen Off Broadway two years later, is a prime example of a play that turns an oft-told tale into something fresh and immediate.
Many people in the past also saw nature as inexhaustibly sustainable, which we now know is the case only if we care for it.
The CEO of public relations behemoth Burson-Marsteller -- in other words, the top liar at a firm whose bread-and-butter is lying as creatively as possible and doing it inexhaustibly -- Penn is one of those guys whose physical appearance perfectly reflects his personality: In this case, he looks like he should have a bikini-clad Princess Leia chained to his bulbous frame somewhere while a little Muppet-like minion cackles mindlessly from the rafters.
It was through the inexhaustibly benevolent collaboration of far greater minds than my own that the bylaws were meticulously written and the legal documents drawn.
And of course, we listen to them brag endlessly about America being the greatest, most wonderful, supremely amazing, inexhaustibly fantastic, prodigiously magnificent, voluminously fabulous, immeasurably kick-ass incredible and ... well, you follow my drift.
Mention should also be made of the stream of instruments that flowed through the Sons 'inexhaustibly dextrous hands during the night, which included their various guitars, a mandolin, a slide banjo and the aforementioned harmonicas and bongos; and also of the gorgeous three-part harmony that has become their vocal signature.
The bulk of the content, though, consisted of essays analyzing lyrics, or discussing infl uences, or conjecturing, apparently inexhaustibly, about the silence.
For decades he had been dealing with the questions of truth and beauty, he wrote about worldly and divine love--inexhaustibly seeking humanity and truth.