1. large or extensive in breadth or importance or comprehensiveness
    the very extensiveness of his power was a temptation to abuse it
    the might have repercussions of unimaginable largeness
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How To Use extensiveness In A Sentence

  • Despite the favorable trade surplus, China has continuously suffered from a huge "deficit" in terms of cultural products, which doesn't match the extensiveness and intensiveness of Chinese culture.
  • The healing had taken a little while, given the extensiveness of the remodeling. COLDHEART CANYON
  • Its pyramidal shape and infinite extensiveness make it suitable for Denas's pyramid of thousands of figures.
  • It is not difficult to understand, therefore, why primitive man paid divine honours to the organs of sex in man and woman, or to such things as he considered symbolical of them -- that is to say, to understand the extensiveness of those religions which are grouped under the term "phallicism". Bygone Beliefs
  • the very extensiveness of his power was a temptation to abuse it
  • The extensiveness of his knowledge surprised them.
  • His profound thinking and broad scope of spiritual conception contribute to the historic massiveness and epic-like extensiveness in his music.
  • After the dust settled, the extensiveness of the damage to Clark was clearly seen, as the bombing destroyed hangars, supply buildings, the communications center, shops, and barracks.
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