Part of speech:
Having a great deal or many:
Continued for a long period of time; protracted:
Having or giving more than enough space or room; vast; extensive
Of a grave or extreme nature:
Of large extent from side to side; wide
Enough to fulfill the needs or purpose; adequate
Having great volume or size:
(Baseball) Being a pitch that fails to break as intended.
Dealing with all or many of the relevant details; including much; inclusive
Of or relating to the cultivation of vast areas of land with a minimum of labor or expense.
Characterized by a free movement of fluids in the body:
Of, for, affecting, or including all or the whole of something specified; not limited or restricted
Being at considerable distance; remote:
Occurring in separate, nonoverlapping geographic areas. Allopatric populations of related organisms are unable to interbreed because of geographic separation. &diamf3; The development of new species as a result of the geographic separation of populations is called allopatric speciation .
Able to contain or hold much; roomy; spacious
Of the Christian church headed by the pope; Roman Catholic
(Archaic) Suitable; handy.
Spread out or dispersed; not concentrated
Capable of expanding or tending to expand.
Not limited in scope, area, or application:
(Obs.) Unmeasured; limitless; infinite
Not accurate; not correct; not exact; in error
Of great extent or amount
Tending to give freely; generous:
Roving or wandering.
Having the most importance, influence, or force:
Generally practiced, occurring, or accepted
Of a sovereign, sovereignty, or reign
Of greatest power; predominant
Very great in size, extent, or quantity.
Occurring or accepted widely:
(Physics) One half the full extent of a vibration, oscillation, or wave. The amplitude of an ocean wave is the maximum height of the wave crest above the level of calm water, or the maximum depth of the wave trough below the level of calm water. The amplitude of a pendulum swinging through an angle of 90° is 45°.
The quality or state of being catholic, as in taste, sympathy, or understanding; liberality, as of ideas
The knowledge that is acquired in this way.
The length of such a segment.
(Math.) A number, usually an integer, representing the geometric dimensions of some physical or abstract system
The state of being expansive
Absence of narrowness or prejudice in thinking; broad-mindedness
A measure of the total amount of energy released by an earthquake, as indicated on the Richter scale.
The condition of being prevalent.
Quality, state, or instance of being universal
(Sports) The use of all the width of the pitch, from one side to the other.
having ample fabric
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
With the eyes opened widely, as because of surprise or fear
to or over a great extent or range; far
Of, relating to, or characterized by intensity:
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