Exhaustive [adjective]

Definition of Exhaustive:

all-inclusive, complete

Opposite/Antonyms of Exhaustive:

Sentence/Example of Exhaustive:

It’s far from exhaustive, but with one activity a week for 15 weeks, it’s a solid foundation.

If you are just starting out, this article is, by no means, exhaustive, but consider it a nudge in the right direction and a playbook to help you set about building your brand recognition the right way.

The report—commissioned by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission—includes an exhaustive overview of risks, from falling real estate values in coastal flood zones to the inability of Midwestern farmers to repay loans after droughts or floods.

The company declined to make Vazquez available for an interview or respond to an exhaustive list of written questions regarding its legal collections strategy and general business practices.

If you are going to try to fine-tune your margin of error, though, then we think you need to be pretty exhaustive about thinking through sources of uncertainty.

That's the crushing kind of repertoire he gives his pupils—so exhaustive and complete in every department.

Few histories give the reader the same impression of exhaustive study.

Certain books, however, have treated special divisions of the whole subject in a thorough and exhaustive manner.

This answer would be exhaustive, if it were the fact that the laity made the law for the theologians.

This is not the place in which to enter on an exhaustive inquiry as to the nature of causation.