[ UK /ɛɡzˈɔːstɪvli/ ]
[ US /ɪɡˈzɑstɪvɫi/ ]
[ US /ɪɡˈzɑstɪvɫi/ ]
in an exhaustive manner
we searched the files thoroughly
How To Use exhaustively In A Sentence
- Each of her shows is exhaustively videoed, with photographers allowed to take close-up shots, a practice that verges on the creepy.
- Housing land supply was exhaustively examined by the local plan inquiry Inspector, who had compendious, borough-wide evidence before him, including information on all potential housing sites.
- The hope, obviously, is that a kind of chemical reaction between biographer and biographee will spark fresh illuminations of subjects who have already been exhaustively studied and written about. Dickens Our Contemporary
- Originally made as a three-part series for French TV, it is five-and-a-half hours long in its full form (though a half-length feature is also on release in the UK), exhaustively researched and often exhilarating to watch, as we track the fledgling revolutionary, charmingly portrayed by Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramírez, through countless countries, attacks, hijackings and escapes, to his eventual arrest in Sudan in 1994. Carlos director Olivier Assayas on the terrorist who became a pop culture icon
- James Joyce, for one, used to quest exhaustively for every fresh word as if it were a phoenix feather.
- He is being exhaustively briefed on such things as rural medicine and trends in the insurance market.
- LSI goes the other way round and first focuses on knowing and analyzing a document exhaustively before indexing or categorizing it.
- First, the words can be exhaustively analysed into their component morphemes.
- In any event, the long and short of it is that this "packet" of "evidence" provided only news clippings regarding allegations of voting improprieties from the 2004 election -- improprieties that had been exhaustively investigated and resulted in approx. 20 prosecutions, but which did not produce the widespread election-stealing conspiracy that the Republicans were convinced existed. Balkinization
- Enter the World Resources Institute (WRI) and its interactive and exhaustively-researched map of 762 (and counting) eutrophic and hypoxic sites around the world, each identified with accompanying descriptions, photos and even videos. Peter Hanlon: Dead Zones, Now in More Frightening Detail!