No news organization covered September 11, during or since, as comprehensively or as poignantly as the Times did.
Drainage had not been as comprehensively planned as the London system.
They were raised in a comprehensively political household, sons of the Marxist historian Ralph Miliband.
This is the sort of unapologetically practical, comprehensively preventive measure we should be thinking of.
No administration has been so comprehensively hostile to science as the Bush administration.
Answer this comprehensively, and you will have solved a riddle which has puzzled women since Eve asked questions in Paradise.
He waved an arm, comprehensively taking in the whole countryside.
His writing is magnificent, because he knew so much, thought so comprehensively, and felt so strongly.
She answered Eugene Snow's every question unhesitatingly and comprehensively.
Veneering may therefore be comprehensively described as overlaying or inlaying one body with portions of another.
"containing much," 1610s, from French comprehénsif, from Late Latin comprehensivus, from comprehens-, past participle stem of Latin comprehendere (see comprehend). Related: Comprehensively (mid-15c.); comprehensiveness.