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I was sitting in this big empty house in Bel Air, with a phone with five extensions which we no longer needed.

But it may also cause us to be too tolerant of further extensions of state power in the name of security.

But what this guy wants to do is use machines as extensions of our brains.

She has these doll-like contacts in and extensions in her hair.

Latest in a series of extensions, modifications, and changes as Obamacare does to itself what Republicans wanted to do to it.

Such nerve arms or extensions constitute the nerve-fibres, and bundles of these nerves, or nerve-trunks.

The extensions of the broad-gauge companies are, it is estimated, to cost 9,000 per mile for track and stations alone.

But by this time vast changes had taken place, and great extensions had arisen through private energy.

Both these regions are within the reach of mortals, and seem to be mere extensions of the terrestrial sphere.

One of the most remarkable extensions of the scope of taboo is the taboo which rests on relations by marriage.


On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to extensions, such as: delay, increase, development, expansion, postponement, and purview.

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