This won't be the answer you want to hear
I know you're asking "for an exhaustive list of all objects that can be used with the Use an Object action", but I don't think you realize just how extensive that list would be.
The items you've listed are all items with descriptions specifically requiring an action to use. Per DMG page 141,
If an item requires an action to activate, that action isn't a function of the Use an Object action, so a feature such as the rogue's Fast Hands can't be used to activate the item.
However, this is stated specifically in the DMG's description of how to use a magic item, so it is likely that this is talking about magic items rather than items in general.
This is supported by the definition of the Use an Object action in the PHB page 193.
Use an Object
You normally interact with an object while doing something else, such as when you draw a sword as part of an attack. When an object requires your action for its use, you take the Use an Object action. This action is also useful when you want to interact with more than one object on your turn.
Since at least some of the items you listed are non-magical items that require an action to use, they explicitly fall under the domain of the Use an Object action.
On page 190 of the PHB, under "Other Activity on Your Turn", it says
You can also interact with one object... for free, during either your move or your action [emphasis mine].
Couple this with the line from page 193 that says, "This action is also useful when you want to interact with more than one object on your turn," and it becomes hard to argue that Use an Object requires the object to necessitate an action in its description, since "interact with an object" is clearly not limited by that.
What does this mean?
This means that the list you are looking for will encompass literally everything in every source material that isn't a magic item, since all of it can be interacted with through the Use an Object action.
This site generally doesn't provide lists, and requests for lists are also generally not encouraged. Take note that the list you found was a list of examples provided as part of a question, and that none of the linked questions' answers incorporated any sort of lists at all. You probably won't be getting that list from here.
About the Thief interaction
I think this is a case of "Specific beats general" where the general rule is that the Use an Object action takes an action, and the specific rule is that Use an Object can be done as a bonus action. With that reading of the rule, that means that the Thief can do a Use an Object action as a bonus action, even if the object's description says it normally requires an action to use.
I could be wrong about this, but I think this ability works with anything that isn't a magic item, including those items that specifically state they need an action to use.