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But the ambition of the party is more expansive in regard to China and Japan.

On the contrary, he was more gushing and more expansive than ever.

Their family pride was more expansive than their brother Jonathan's.

But Wah Lee's smile was more expansive than his vocabulary was extensive.

His passions are sounder because they are larger and more expansive.

The third son, William, was more expansive in his reminiscences.

No man had ever a greater heart—Shakspeare, and few others only, a more expansive intellect.

"I have sent two of my men to do so," replied the baron, who was by nature no more expansive than his old governess.

He could find no more expansive words for his excited admirer than "Ah, Monsieur Diderot, que vous tes beau!"

He had hoped his English colleague would be more expansive, and 'sympathique.'