broad in scope or content
an invention with broad applications
granted him wide powers
an all-embracing definition
a panoptic study of Soviet nationality
blanket sanctions against human-rights violators
across-the-board pay increases
How To Use all-embracing In A Sentence
- New Zealand First sees this legislation as an all-embracing, controlling, inquisitive framework, developed under the present group of Ministers.
- That all-embracing fear and its corollary, the urgency to succeed, creates the fragile ego and the insecurity that underlies all crimes of passion.
- He said the area needs to adopt an all-embracing approach, involving the entire community, to achieve long-term economic prosperity.
- Foucard had once gone to that door, thrown it wide, given the room an all-embracing glance, satisfied his curiosity.
- No opinions were dismissed, but it was certainly clear that this would be an all-embracing group, with a very broad vision.
- From seashore strands to moors and mountains, from sand specks and protozoa to all-embracing panoramas, knowing and feeling were conjoined, not conflicting, modes of apperception.
- Miller was a persistent critic not of commerce, but of the commercial ethic as an all-embracing ideology.
- There is no room for their separate existence in the all-embracing picture of the cosmos.
- Reason: • www. youtube.com • www. youtube.com • www. youtube.com • www. youtube.com --- Earth science (also known as geoscience, the geosciences or the Earth sciences), is an all-embracing term for the sciences related to the planet Earth. WN.com - Articles related to NASA's Earth Exchange Allows Scientists to Collaborate on Data Analysis
- Physicists are searching for one all-embracing theory that covers matter, energy, radiation, and gravity.