Origin of extended
verb (used with object)
- British.to assess or value.
- to make a seizure or levy upon, as land, by a writ of extent.
verb (used without object)
Origin of extend
Synonyms for extend
Antonyms for extend
Related Words for extendedlengthy, protracted, drawn-out, continued, extensive, expanded, prolonged, long, spread, elongate, elongated, unfurled, sweeping, broad, expansive, far-flung, far-reaching, thorough, wide, large-scale
Examples from the Web for extended
Contemporary Examples of extended
In November 2014, that agreement was extended by four months, with some additional restrictions on Iran.Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows: Dec 21
December 21, 2014
I will tell you what, you wait for the extended cut of this film.
But there will be a little bit of Orc killing to be seen in the extended cut.
Age is one of many factors, but it will play a larger role in the conversation as Baby Boomers retire and longevity is extended.Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Risky Heart Surgery
Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD
November 26, 2014
In response, her husband prevented her from seeing her daughters for extended periods.Drawing on the Memories of Syrian Women
November 26, 2014
Historical Examples of extended
Exceeding the limits assigned to it, my discussion has, however, extended too far.'Tis Sixty Years Since
Charles Francis Adams
A territory bounded by the Mississippi has been extended from sea to sea.
He took the hand which she extended and, bending over it, kissed it gallantly.Viviette
William J. Locke
From children and animals it extended to slaves and criminals.A Treatise on Parents and Children
George Bernard Shaw
Dick had no scruple in clasping that extended hand very warmly in his own.Within the Law
- to carry forward
- to calculate the amount of (a total, balance, etc)