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exhaust

(Deplete), verb absumere, conficere, consume completely, consumere, debilitate, deflate, deprive of strength, devitalize, dissipate, drain, draw, draw out, empty, enervate, enfeeble, expend, fatigue, overtire, reach the end of, run through, sap, spend, strain, tax, tire, use, use up, waste, weaken, wear out, weary
Associated concepts: exhaust all available assets

exhaust

(Try all possibilities), verb carry to compleeion, complete, exhaurire, finish, follow through, litigate completely, treat thoroughly, use up available remedies
Associated concepts: exhaustion of administrative remedies, exhaustion of remedies, exhaustion of state remedies
See also: complete, conclude, consume, debilitate, deplete, disable, dissipate, emit, expend, outlet, outpour, overdraw, spend
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Due to the need for exclusivity and exhaustibility of the dimension levels, care was taken to span the entire range of possible variations in each dimension.
In recalling a period of severe depression he underwent in the "melancholy winter of 1826-27," John Stuart Mill wrote, in a famous passage of his autobiography, that he had been "seriously tormented by the thought of the exhaustibility of musical combinations.
19) The English common law, while much influenced by Roman law, may have been more sensitive to the potential congestibiity and exhaustibility of running water and fish stocks and air.
world begun to awaken to the exhaustibility of the planet's
While a complete theory of the mining firm was first formulated by Hotelling (1931) more than sixty years ago, economists only began constructing general equilibrium models to accommodate resource exhaustibility in the early 1970s.
The Commissioner pointed out that fossil energy sources benefit from the circumstance that market prices do not reflect the external costs of using fossil energy such as carbon dioxide emissions and the exhaustibility of resources.