Definition of inexhaustibility in US English:

inexhaustibility

noun

  • See inexhaustible

    • ‘Yet, in the case of canonical texts whose inexhaustibility of value must remain appreciable, translators have to be equally committed to perpetuating or at least indicating this inexhaustibility.’
    • ‘As the eighteenth century began to end, however, the sense of inexhaustibility of the forest, at least temperate forests began to disappear.’
    • ‘These notions of the inexhaustibility of spirit and of being the confrontational and indefatigable critic of the status quo became the prescriptions Said carried for intellectual life.’
    • ‘He was interested in presenting works that speak to our present moment, works that he feels have ‘a soul, a mystery, an inexhaustibility.’’
    • ‘Caffeine also causes a flushed face, dieresis, disturbances in stomach and intestines, muscle twitching, rambling flow of thought and speech, periods of inexhaustibility and disturbances in muscular activity.’

Pronunciation

inexhaustibility

/ˌiniɡˌzôstəˈbilədē//ˌɪnɪɡˌzɔstəˈbɪlədi/