exhaustively


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ex·haus·tive

 (ĭg-zô′stĭv)
adj.
1. Treating all parts or aspects without omission; thorough: an exhaustive study.
2. Tending to exhaust.

ex·haus′tive·ly adv.
ex·haus′tive·ness n.
ex′haus·tiv′i·ty n.
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Adv.1.exhaustively - in an exhaustive manner; "we searched the files thoroughly"
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exhaustively

adverb
In a complete manner:
Idioms: in and out, inside out, up and down.
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Translations

exhaustively

[ɪgˈzɔːstɪvlɪ] ADVde modo exhaustivo, exhaustivamente
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exhaustively

adv research, cover, prove, speak, describeerschöpfend, ausführlich; complete, thoroughäußerst
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exhaustively

[ɪgˈzɔːstɪvlɪ] adv (see adj) → minuziosamente, in modo approfondito, in modo esauriente
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References in classic literature ?
Its nature and laws have been exhaustively expounded by Locke, who rode a house, and Kant, who lived in a horse.
Edward Leggatt, an able writer as well as an admirable painter, has exhaustively discussed Charles Strickland's work in a little book[1] which is a charming example of a style, for the most part, less happily cultivated in England than in France.
The field near by had been denuded of its crop some time before, and had a skinned look, so exhaustively had it been har- vested and gleaned.
Less exhaustively, but with much of the old exultation in her house, this was done for the last time, and then there was the bringing out of her own clothes, and the spreading of them upon the bed and the pleased fingering of them, and the consultations about which should be left behind.
Another modern book he found treated poetry as a representative art, treated it exhaustively, with copious illustrations from the best in literature.
In Aphorism 20 of "The Antichrist", he compares it exhaustively with Christianity, and the result of his investigation is very much in favour of the older religion.
They smashed her exhaustively. She crumpled up like a can that has been kicked by a heavy boot, her forepart came down in the square, and the rest of her length, with a great snapping and twisting of shafts and stays, descended, collapsing athwart Tammany Hall and the streets towards Second Avenue.
The little Latin priest explored and admired everything exhaustively, talking cheerfully but in a low voice all the time.
She stood over Kim till they went down, and inquired exhaustively after they had come up.
Exhaustively, I want to request the new PM of Pakistan Imran Khan to give electricity because he hales for electricity.
LIVERPOOL chief executive Peter Moore insists the club have worked exhaustively to tackle problems for fans relating to this month's Champions League final but admits some issues are out of their control.