Definition of expansive
- grew expansive after dinner
- an expansive patient
- expansive living
- expansive taste
He was unusually expansive at the press conference.
She was in an expansive mood.
The law was expansive in its scope.
a more expansive treatment of the topic
the hotel's expansive dining room
The house has expansive views of the valley.
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to cause to suffer severely from hunger
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