exhaustible : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a capable of being used up
- s capable of being used up; capable of being exhausted
our exhaustible reserves of fossil fuel
- We've gone from thinking the fuels that powered our growth were inexpensive, inexhaustible and benign to understanding they are exhaustible, expensive and toxic.
- Their power came from the uniqueness of oil, an exhaustible and not quickly replaceable resource that has long been shamefully wasted by much of the world.
- The move elicited criticism from educators and parents, who said the test had gotten too long to be a fair assessment of an exhaustible student's true abilities.
- Juan Ponce Enrile in Philippine Star
I saw in him an exhaustible capacity for kindness,Enrile said in his own privilege speech, noting that Estrada was forgiving to those who wronged him in the past years.