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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE EXPANDED

His text was the same as that of his cousin, but more expanded.

A cavity, the interior of which is more expanded than the entrance.

In the horse it is flat, but more expanded; it forms the flat of the cheek.

The parts of the air that are warm, as you already know, are thinner and more expanded than are the cold parts.

Stated in another way, the rostrum of longicauda appears to be shorter and broader and the zygomata are more expanded.

She breathed more freely in the fresh air, and her heart once more expanded to the genial influences of nature.

It well deserves detaching in a separate publication, and illustrating with a more expanded commentary.

But if the open Polar Sea be a fact and not a myth, the continents are themselves but larger islands with more expanded horizons.

These are also thicker and stouter, have shorter legs, and a more expanded snout.

Below Kelston the more expanded vale of the Keynsham Hams succeeds.