extend

[ ik-stend ]SEE DEFINITION OF extend

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTEND

We have asked for no privileges we would not extend to others.

Russia sought to extend her conquests south and to seize upon Turkey.

Nor did her hips want the assistance of a hoop to extend them.

And did Bernadette ever extend the pilgrimage of her dreams as far as Bartres?

The road, straight as an arrow, seemed to extend into the infinite.

And you may extend it further, if you choose,--to all the results of honor and purity.

It is possible that I may extend that number a little, but if so it will be an exception.

No a priori induction will ever extend this line or plexus to man.

This likeness does not, however, extend in all cases to the opposite extremity.

It is divided into several branches which extend very widely.

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