Part of speech:
Having great extent; covering a large area; vast
Enlarged or broad in meaning, scope, or influence:
(Obs.) Unmeasured; limitless; infinite
Not quite proper; now, esp., risqué
Having depth and body; rich.
Being usually the case; true or applicable in most instances but not all:
Large or plentiful; ample; abundant
Easily seen through because of a lack of subtlety; transparent:
Having enough or abundant space or room; large in area or extent:
The definition of thick is great depth or dense.
Lacking flexibility; rigid:
Limited in importance or significance; trivial:
Of large or great size, amount, extent, or capacity:
Broad in size or extent; comprehensive:
Distributed, circulated, or occurring over a wide area or extent
Proceeding in steps; continuing steadily by increments, as of a course of treatment.
The definition of tolerant is a person who understands and accepts the different ideals and beliefs of others.
Lacking in refinement or good taste; vulgar; crude
Squalid or filthy; run-down:
With no deductions; total; entire
Discerning or perceiving easily; keen:
Able to contain or hold much; roomy; spacious
Present, or seeming to be present, everywhere at the same time; omnipresent
The definition of experienced is a person with training, knowledge or who has participated in something.
Having a worldwide distribution, as some plants or animals
The definition of unbiased is a neutral person or persons.
Affected with plant smut
Fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing implied:
Slight; small; slender; flimsy; superficial; inadequate; not sufficient for a covering.
Small in amount or extent; meager:
The definition of comprehensive is covered widely or understood fully.
The definition of catholic is something that is wide-ranging, comprehensive, or refers to something or someone related to the Christian church or the Roman Catholic Church.
Lacking in consideration for the feelings of others; tactless.
Open to doubt or challenge; problematic.
Very great in scope or import:
Excluding or unavailable to certain groups:
Blindly selfish, prejudiced, vindictive, etc.; petty; mean; narrow
The definition of all around is having many talents or able to do many things.
Covering a wide scope
The definition of inclusive is something that does not leave any part or group out.
Including everything; comprehensive:
Of a barnyard
The definition of bawdy is something gross, indecent or overly graphic.
Vulgar; obscene; scurrilous
Irritable or upset:
Offensive in taste or smell; nauseating
Nonreligious in subject matter, form, or use; secular:
The definition of ribald is something that references sexual matters in a bawdy or humorous way.
Offensive to accepted standards of decency
Offensively excessive in self-display or expenditure; ostentatious:
(Physics) a measure compared with a standard reference value by division, to produce a ratio without unit or dimension (e.g. specific refractive index is a pure number, and is relative to that of air)
Not narrow or conservative in thought, expression, or conduct
Easily seen through due to a lack of subtlety
Characterized by conformity to recognized standards of propriety or morality:
Marked by breadth or tolerance of views; broad-minded.
Of or being a racing wager whereby equal amounts are bet on the same contestant to win, place, and show.
Applying to or including everything:
Applying to or covering all members of a class:
broad in scope or content; ; ; ; ; - T.G.Winner
Including in one view everything within sight
- Deep , in this connection, refers to extent backward, as from the front or an opening a deep lot, a deep cave
- Broad and wide both are applied to extent from side to side of surfaces having height or length, wide being preferred when the distance between limits is stressed two feet wide, a wide aperture, and broad, when the full extent of surface is considered broad hips, broad plains
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