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  • Comes he to that power, his genius is no longer exhaustible. Cited from Essays, Second Series, by Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • This increase in use has dried up various exhaustible resources and caused a threat to the environment.
  • The ground may be ever so rich in ingredients, but it is exhaustible. Cited from Valere Aude, by Louis Dechmann
  • There are eight different types of chi present in all areas, but in different exhaustible quantities.
  • Another view is that reductions in some exhaustible resources can only be partially made up for by substitutes.
  • This requires that a nation invest all rent earned from exhaustible resources currently extracted.
  • Other resources like Minerals are Non-renewable and exhaustible because they cannot be regenerated.
  • Before the 1970s, serious attention was not given to Hotelling's views regarding economics of exhaustible resources.
  • In these studies Sinn developed a supply-side theory of climate change by linking climate-theory approaches with the theory of exhaustible natural resources.
  • The forces that have erected us from the worm, are they necessarily exhausted or exhaustible? Cited from Woman and Womanhood, by C. W. Saleeby
  • For by another paradox -- this time not of art but of nature -- the extraordinary is exhaustible and the ordinary is not. Cited from The English Novel, by George Saintsbury
  • There are certain rare earth minerals and elements that are more scarce and exhaustible than others, these are in high demand in manufacturing, particularly for the electronics industry.
  • The vast majority of resources are exhaustible, which means they have a finite quantity, and can be depleted if managed improperly.
  • She speaks from a mind overflowing with general information, made available by a retentive memory, a ready wit, and in exhaustible good spirits. Cited from The Idler in France, by Marguerite Gardiner
  • The sight-seeing public was but a limited and exhaustible body then, little recruited by visitors from the provinces or travellers from the Continent. Cited from Art in England, by Dutton Cook
  • Sooth to say, this species of romance of chivalry is an exhaustible subject. Cited from The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, by Walter Scott
  • In addition, they stated that United States measures were not related to the conservation of an exhaustible natural resource, as they did not consider dolphins as such.
  • When this accumulation is sufficiently rapid the effect from the shrinking exhaustible resource stock is countered by the services from the increased human capital stock.
  • Japan is the world's leading importer of both exhaustible and renewable natural resources and one of the largest consumers of fossil fuels.
  • Balochistan is rich in exhaustible and renewable resources; it is the second major supplier of natural gas in Pakistan.
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Meaning of exhaustible

  • adjective Capable of being used up