exhaustive

[ US /ɪɡˈzɔstɪv/ ]
[ UK /ɛɡzˈɔːstɪv/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. performed comprehensively and completely; not superficial or partial
    thoroughgoing research
    an exhaustive study
    made a thorough search
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How To Use exhaustive In A Sentence

  • No other athlete in Britain has undergone such an exhaustive, globetrotting search for success. Times, Sunday Times
  • Protein solutions for the calorimetric experiments were prepared by exhaustive dialysis against the buffer.
  • Exhaustively researched, The Sword and the Cross is somewhat deficient in maps and almost totally lacking in illustration.
  • These theories are not exhaustive, as demonstrated in the literature relating to post-colonialism theory.
  • The concept, developed after an exhaustive research for over a year, involved collating feedback from more than 13,000 respondents in nine key markets across the country.
  • Although scyphozoan sequences are lacking in the HOX1, HOX2, HOX9-14A and CDX groups (figure 1), these absences could be due to non exhaustive sampling from PCR surveys, a full genome sequence being currently lacking for this cnidarian lineage PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Have exhaustive hearings and do all of that so it's open and transparent, and everybody can participate in it.
  • This slow pace results from a methodical and exhaustive research process.
  • Toyota, which has hired an independent consulting firm to examine the issue, said as late as Tuesday that exhaustive testing has found no problems with that system.
  • Severin's 1976-77 Brendan expedition became his benchmark for exhaustive research and methodical preparation.
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