in extenso

adverb
in ex·ten·so | \ˌin-ik-ˈsten(t)-(ˌ)sō \

Definition of in extenso 

: at full length the passage was quoted in extenso

First Known Use of in extenso

1826, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for in extenso

Medieval Latin

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