Definition of Exhaustible

1. Adjective. Capable of being used up.

Similar to: Depletable
Antonyms: Inexhaustible



2. Adjective. Capable of being used up; capable of being exhausted. "Our exhaustible reserves of fossil fuel"
Similar to: Finite

Definition of Exhaustible

1. a. Capable of being exhausted, drained off, or expended.

Definition of Exhaustible

1. Adjective. Capable of being exhausted ¹

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Definition of Exhaustible

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhaustible

exhaust
exhaust fan
exhaust fumes
exhaust hood
exhaust manifold
exhaust pipe
exhaust pipes
exhaust purifier
exhaust system
exhaust valve
exhausted
exhaustedly
exhauster
exhausters
exhaustibility
exhaustible (current term)
exhausting
exhaustingly
exhaustion
exhaustion atrophy
exhaustion psychosis
exhaustions
exhaustive
exhaustively
exhaustiveness
exhaustivities
exhaustivity
exhaustless
exhaustlessly
exhaustlessness

Literary usage of Exhaustible

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1. Mining and Manufacture of Fertilizing Materials and Their Relation to Soils by Strauss Leonidas Lloyd (1918)
"CHAPTER III THE RELATION BETWEEN SOILS AND FERTILIZING MATERIALS exhaustible Elements and Non-exhaustible Elements— Preference Shown by Plant Life—Separate ..."

2. Natural Resources of the United States by Jacob Harris Patton (1899)
"... the process requiring, sometimes, as many as five separate burnings, according to the number of colors used. Are the Stores of Gas exhaustible ? ..."

3. On the Traversing of Geometrical Figures by John Cook Wilson (1905)
"General condition that two odd points should be exhaustible by the same traverse. Suppose two odd points are exhausted by the same traverse. ..."

4. America and the Race for World Dominion by Albert Demangeon (1921)
"exhaustible power that, with our coal supply exhausted, would, if used, save us hundreds of millions that we spend for coal abroad. ..."

5. George William Curtis: An Address by John White Chadwick (1893)
"... exhaustible resource when he would give his public utterance some rarer charm or clothe it with some ampler grace. It must not be imagined that up to ..."

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