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See definition of extensiveness on Dictionary.com
  • as inlength
  • as inpreponderance
  • as inbreadth
  • as insatiation
  • as infullness

synonyms for extensiveness

  • breadth
  • diameter
  • dimension
  • duration
  • height
  • limit
  • magnitude
  • mileage
  • period
  • piece
  • portion
  • quantity
  • radius
  • range
  • section
  • segment
  • space
  • span
  • stretch
  • term
  • width
  • compass
  • continuance
  • elongation
  • endlessness
  • expanse
  • expansion
  • interval
  • lastingness
  • lengthiness
  • linearity
  • loftiness
  • longitude
  • longness
  • measure
  • orbit
  • panorama
  • purview
  • reach
  • realm
  • remoteness
  • season
  • spaciousness
  • stride
  • tallness
  • unit
  • year
  • protractedness
  • ranginess
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antonyms for extensiveness

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  • extreme
  • unimportance
  • whole
    • incompleteness
    • want
    • need
    • void
    • emptiness
    • scarcity
    • lack
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    How to use extensiveness in a sentence

    One great cause of our insensibility to the goodness of our Creator is the very extensiveness of his bounty.
    PEARLS OF THOUGHTMATURIN M. BALLOU
    Her interests had grandly developed from the limits of Overcombe and the town life hard by, to an extensiveness truly European.
    THE TRUMPET-MAJORTHOMAS HARDY
    The aesthetic effect of extensiveness is also entirely different from that of particular shapes.
    THE SENSE OF BEAUTYGEORGE SANTAYANA
    The extensiveness of the Government is the true ground of the oppression of the people.
    ABRIDGMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856, VOL. I (OF 16)THOMAS HART BENTON
    The family of the Compositae furnishes altogether but a small number of useful plants in proportion to its extensiveness.
    THE HIGHLANDS OF ETHIOPIAWILLIAM CORNWALLIS HARRIS
    He is however equal to anything, from the extensiveness of his education and genius.
    THE JOURNAL OF THE DEBATES IN THE CONVENTION WHICH FRAMED THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, VOLUME II (OF 2)JAMES MADISON
    For example, a large interior flooded with light from concealed sources has the airiness and extensiveness of outdoors.
    ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH
    Thus lighting is productive of moods and illusions ranging from the mystery of crowding darkness to the extensiveness of outdoors.
    ARTIFICIAL LIGHTM. LUCKIESH
    We have nothing like the French stage in the suddenness and extensiveness of the popularity it gives men.
    THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 12, NO. 74, DECEMBER, 1863VARIOUS
    The bulk and extensiveness of our produce required vessels to carry it to foreign countries.
    ABRIDGMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856, VOL. II (OF 16)THOMAS HART BENTON
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    WORDS RELATED TO EXTENSIVENESS

    • amplitude
    • area
    • compass
    • comprehensiveness
    • dimension
    • expanse
    • extensiveness
    • fullness
    • gamut
    • greatness
    • inclusiveness
    • largeness
    • magnitude
    • measure
    • orbit
    • range
    • reach
    • scale
    • scope
    • size
    • space
    • spread
    • stretch
    • sweep
    • vastness
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