extensive[ ik-sten-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF extensive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTENSIVE
Was it found necessary to civilize a wild and extensive province?
From it, the view westward was not so extensive as I expected.
Their noon meal is long since over; and their larder is not—is not—extensive.
It was not the most extensive of these gardens which the more deeply impressed his heart.
This establishment was immediately enlarged to do an extensive business.
We know only too well that John V. has been making the most extensive preparations.
So he was brought to a spot surrounded by extensive buildings.
In Brazil the diggings were not so extensive nor so rich as in this state.
Of these the Lygians are most numerous and extensive, and spread into several communities.
It was the center of extensive coal-mining and steel industry.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXTENSIVE
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