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adverb as in widely

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Yet it’s unclear how extensive or far reaching Apple’s search ambitions are.

Make sure it is compatible with your device, as its compatibility isn’t as extensive as that of others.

Google’s ability to crawl billions of pages a day, its massive data centers, and its extensive computing across that data, have cemented their status as the dominant search engine and digital advertising market leader.

Even before the pandemic, Brazil had begun creating an extensive data-collection and surveillance infrastructure.

It was developed by designers with extensive experience in arena design and development.

The Atlantic has reported extensively on the at least $600 million Amazon stands to be paid for handling CIA data.

That side is volunteering extensively in his hometown of Flint, and recently, pastoring Charity United Methodist Church.

Pictures of his bruises and cuts are also being shared extensively on social media and smartphones.

I spoke with Leigh Cowart, a journalist that has written extensively on the traumatic effects of combat sports.

Unlike many of those stoic audiences, Meerson has traveled extensively.

Potatoes also are extensively planted, and I never saw a more vigorous growth.

Beggars are not abundant; but women are required to labor quite extensively in the fields.

Snuff is very extensively used in the mills and factories of Lancashire.

In 1682, tobacco had been grown so extensively in Virginia that the price of tobacco on the London market had declined rapidly.

It is extensively used in the manufacture of cigars, and on the continent it frequently realizes as much as 5s.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to extensively, such as: broadly, largely, and greatly.

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