extent[ ik-stent ]SEE DEFINITION OF extent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTENT
It is curious to note the extent to which the unexpected has come about.
Could they have outridden the gelding to such an extent as that?
You who knew her will realize the depth and extent of my bereavement.
The strong are strong because of harmony with God, at least to some extent.
To the extent of his means he would do what money could to console her!
He went on speaking with obvious enjoyment of the extent to which his knowledge reached.
Then, he made a great effort, and controlled his emotion to some extent.
This to some extent impairs the conductivity of the circuit.
At least to this extent, then, Shakespeare used Marlowe in depicting Richard's character.
The extent of land is reckoned not by acreage, but by the heads of cattle it will keep.