comprehensive[ kom-pri-hen-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF comprehensive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPREHENSIVE
Mr. Gladstone took broad and comprehensive views of the question.
He nodded again, with a comprehensive survey of the reeking floor.
That was comprehensive enough; the details were quite certain to occur.
And "nothing" is more nearly a comprehensive answer than at first you might believe.
Almost as comprehensive a cure as some of our modern universal specifics!
His scrutiny was careful, comprehensive, but the only person he recognized was Grace.
For he has glimpses of the truth, but no comprehensive or perfect vision.
When they was out of sight I set up and winked, large and comprehensive, at the scenery.
"At least, that is comprehensive, Beatrix," her cousin assured her.
His triumph was so sweeping and comprehensive as to be somewhat shapeless to the view.