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Definition of Exhaustiveness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Exhaustiveness
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1. The Fitness of the Environment: An Inquiry Into the Biological Significance by Lawrence Joseph Henderson (1913)
"II THE exhaustiveness OF THE TREATMENT One manner of judging the completeness with which different types of phenomena and properties, different elements and ..."
2. The Butter Industry: Prepared for the Use of Creameries, Dairy Students and by Otto Frederick Hunziker (1920)
"The exhaustiveness of the churning does not have so great an effect on the overrun as does the exhaustive- ness of skimming, yet it is a factor that must be ..."
3. Library Journal by Charles Ammi Cutter, American Library Association, Library Association (1885)
"Although he has sacrificed bibliographical form in the necessity of condensation, and does not make pretensions to exhaustiveness, yet the list is one of ..."