expanse

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPANSE

To the cast and north of our hill was an expanse of rolling, desolate wilderness.

But take, for the moment, the mere obvious matter of expanse of territory.

An expanse of smooth turf lay between the window and the sidewalk.

The ceiling was an expanse of ornament, with an electric chandelier for centre.

Beyond the volcano Jim could see what looked like an expanse of ocean.

To the one, the expanse of ocean could scarcely be considered "trackless."

And as he swung it, Shann held it out over the expanse of the table.

The grass was like an expanse of gold, and below her the valley swam in golden mist.

The expanse of foliage was surging in the wind like the waves of the sea.

Could any way be found to cross the expanse that lay between them and the flagship?

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