Definitions of "exhaust"
  1. The process by which resources or options are completely used up or depleted
  2. The act of testing or using all accessible means or solutions to resolve a problem or issue
  3. The act of taking a legal claim or issue through all the possible previous stages of examination or review
How to use "exhaust" in a sentence
  1. The team made sure to exhaust all possible options before making a final decision.
  2. The litigant had to exhaust all remedies before appealing to a higher court.
  3. The law firm elected to exhaust the claim through all levels of review to seek the most advantageous outcome.

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