covering a large areaThis 18th-century manor house is set in extensive grounds.
The gang finally left with a large amount of cash and jewellery.
We have already spent a considerable amount of money on repairs.
That is a very substantial improvement in the current situation.
The house has a spacious kitchen and dining area.
The doorway should be wide enough to allow wheelchair access.
sweeping economic reforms
a broad expanse of lawn
an expansive grassy play area
She crammed the lot into her capacious handbag.
Big terraces of commodious houses went up.
containing many details, ideas, or items on a particular subjectThe story generated extensive comment on social media.
The Rough Guide to Nepal is a comprehensive guide to the region.
We are making a thorough investigation.
the lengthy process of filling out forms
Her legs were long and thin.
The brochure offers a wide choice of hotels and holiday homes.
the wholesale destruction of life on this planet
a pervasive and powerful cultural influence
The struggle was bitter and protracted.
very great in effectThe blast caused extensive damage.
a great hall as long and high as a church
In a large room about a dozen children are sitting on the carpet.
Several painters were working on a huge piece of canvas.
a tribal society grouped in huge extended families
farmers who own vast stretches of land
widespread, , ,
There is widespread support for the proposals.
Food shortages are widespread.
a large-scale military operation
far-reaching reforms on human rights
prevalent, , ,
Smoking is becoming increasingly prevalent among younger women.
She was swathed in a voluminous cloak.
humongous or humungous (informal)
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in the sense of broad
of vast extenta broad expanse of lawn
in the sense of capacious
having a large capacity or areaShe crammed the lot into her capacious handbag.
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