The offices were extensively bugged with “hidden microphones and cameras.”
The human cost of low wages is obvious and has been extensively documented.
Rather than extensively explain and defend his ideology, Bush seems to do the opposite.
Navy researchers have extensively studied how to build “unit cohesion.”
But al Qaeda has also targeted Israel and Jews extensively over the last decade.
It is extensively cut for fuel, and it burns about like eastern white oak, but leaves more ashes.
Printing, and the manufacture of books, are extensively carried on in this city.
The Public Schools are very numerous, and so well supported as to render them valuably and most extensively useful.
A good deal was made of this picture, which was extensively copied.
The author shows that he knew as minutely as extensively the whole round of classical literature accessible to his times.
"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.