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Examples of extensive in a Sentence
The storm caused extensive damage.
an extensive series of tests
Recent Examples of extensive from the Web
The information provided at know-your-rights presentations is far more extensive than the information provided by the immigration judges.
Related: But the changes are not as extensive as those proposed in a petition effort that had been aimed at placing a proposal on the November ballot.
The damage was so extensive a replacement bus was needed to take the squad back to Manchester.
Rounding out the five-bedroom-four-bath home are extensive wooden decking, rolling lawns, flower beds, a small pond, outdoor shower, access to hiking trails, large garage, solar paneling, and more.
Demand for tickets to this performance has been extensive, according to the organizers, and a very limited number of tables and general admission seats remain.
Winter maintenance on the Lady Maryland, the flagship for the Living Classrooms Foundation, was extensive.
Prosecutors mentioned three earlier crimes to which Cruz pleaded guilty, but records from the Broward County Sheriff's Office and Coral Springs police show his encounters with law enforcement were much more extensive.
The list of tiaras Markle could borrow from Queen Elizabeth and other members of the royal family is extensive, and there's also a chance a new tiara will be commissioned for the bride.
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First Known Use of extensive
EXTENSIVE Defined for English Language Learners
: large in size or amount : very full or complete
EXTENSIVE Defined for Kids
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