For some, crediting an ad based on extensive market research as part of an important cultural message may seem like a stretch.
Yet the men who wrote and ratified that provision had extensive gun laws—and many of them were racially discriminatory.
After extensive touring to support their third LP, the band cut ties with Thrill Jockey.
We have launched an extensive investigation to establish the facts surrounding these very serious allegations.
If they do, extensive economic and political opportunities may open up.
The whole of this extensive plain consisted in lakes or swampy ground half covered with water.
extensive corn-fields were near the village, but the harvest had been gathered in.
Forests are extensive and are formed of hundreds of species of trees.
Among all these, the strikes on Gold Creek proved to be the most extensive and valuable.
If the injury be extensive, the best thing the farmer can do is to slaughter the animal.
"vast, far-reaching;" c.1600 of immaterial, c.1700 of material things; from Late Latin extensivus, from extens-, past participle stem of Latin extendere (see extend). Earlier in a medical sense, "characterized by swelling" (early 15c.). Related: Extensively; extensiveness.