On Monday evening in Cairo, Hamas reluctantly agreed to extend a 72-hour ceasefire by another day.
Amin, whom we met in the park, says that his highs tend to extend and intensify whatever he was feeling already.
And we need to extend the conversation beyond Washington to communities across the country.
Washington, claims Larson, “was in no mood to extend Christian charity to a band of self-righteous freeloaders.”
If it's longer, ponytails are allowed as long as they do not extend longer than 6-inches.
The embarrassment was because of her inability to extend to us the hospitality she desired.
The only doubt was how far down in the family the pleasure ought to extend.
The late varieties are generally good keepers, and extend the season into February, thus supplying fruit for six or seven months.
We have only to extend the same principle a little further, viz.
He did not extend his hand, but stood still, in his seedy clothes and his coat buttoned to his chin, to hide his lack of a shirt.
extend ex·tend (ĭk-stěnd')
v. ex·tend·ed, ex·tend·ing, ex·tends
To straighten a limb; unbend.