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So I decided to gather all my practical experience and use cases and build a comprehensive guide on crowd marketing — with definitions, best practices and life examples.

We don’t have comprehensive real-world data on these travel scenarios because public health agencies and airlines don’t track down every passenger to see if they became sick after a flight.

From Vox

The FTC says it “requires Zoom to live up to its privacy and security promises and to put in place a comprehensive security program designed to protect your information for many years to come—or pay big fines.”

From Fortune

In many cases, as in the ocean, this approach can be less expensive and logistically complicated than traditional population surveying methods, and more comprehensive.

However, most policy analysts expect a comprehensive spending package to top the docket in the new year.

From Digiday

Shown by its greatness—loved to the uttermost; its comprehensiveness—including even Judas; its lowliness—doing a servant's work.

The duties on transactions, levied chiefly by stamps, were ill-graded and lacking in comprehensiveness.

With the rise of annual bibliographies of bibliographies that aim at comprehensiveness their importance has somewhat declined.

Secondly, the comprehensiveness of the present name would be forfeited, and a more partial quality taken.

His daughter was at a loss before the comprehensiveness of this blanket question.


On this page you'll find 190 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comprehensiveness, such as: dimension, fullness, magnitude, range, scale, and scope.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.