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extensive (adjective), more extensive, most extensive
1. A reference to something which covers a large region or area: After working in the extensive garden spreading out behind her house, Jane was very tired and went inside to drink some tea.
2. Relating to a wide scope, power, effect, influence, etc.; far-reaching; comprehensive: Paul read a lot about horses and so he had extensive knowledge about how to raise, breed, and ride them.
Referring to a great amount or degree.
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(a dog with a special talent for human words)
(Greek: house, household affairs [environment, habitat], home, dwelling; used in one extensive sense as, "environment")
(the "tongue" term may be applied to both a body part in the mouth and an extensive reference to "language")
(extensive information about the physical aspects of the tongue and how it functions)