Thesaurus / exhaustively
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The US State Department’s list of foreign terrorist organizations is often portrayed in the media as some kind of exhaustive, authoritative list of terrorist groups around the world.

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In 2018, EPA staff scientists published an exhaustive, 1,881-page summary of the science.

Don’t try to be comprehensive or exhaustive—just focus on presenting your strongest argument.

If you’re new to the world of canning, you can go straight to the source—the US Department of Agriculture’s exhaustive list of canning instructions.

He explained that difficulty away for her for ever, so exhaustively did he handle it.

The Hall and the GrangeArchibald Marshall

The subject has been exhaustively and learnedly 107 studied by Ambros,24 who has examined the frottola in all its varieties.

Some Forerunners of Italian OperaWilliam James Henderson

These things cannot be reasoned about, and I very earnestly entreat you not to return to the subject we discussed so exhaustively.

All this had been fully and exhaustively commented upon by Ellen Robinson during the afternoon.

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The coroner questioned her exhaustively as to the missing Priscilla Prentice.

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