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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE EXTENSIVE

From the hilltop the view was much the same, but more extensive.

Well worthy of more extensive cultivation than it has yet received.

A genus is more extensive than any of its species but less intensive.

Evidently the likeness between them was more extensive than she had imagined.

But in the latter case, the equipment must be more extensive.

Could we not have bigger basins and more water and more extensive towels?

Failing in all these, he decided upon a more extensive exploration.

The more extensive the effort, the less attractive to spectators.

You would like to make a more extensive examination, I suppose, doctor?

Alas for the parish where there is a "Curate's party," small or more extensive.