from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a comprehensive manner; completely; thoroughly; in an all-inclusive or wide-ranging fashion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a comprehensive manner; with great extent of scope.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a comprehensive manner.
- So as to contain much in small compass; concisely.
- With great scope; so as to include a wide extent or many particulars.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an all-inclusive manner
Thus the impact of qualitative reproductive health literacy will sustain comprehensively making them socially empowered.
I think one reason why we cannot think any straighter and more comprehensively is that we do not get enough help from our subjective minds.
This new title comprehensively covers the echocardiographic assessment of congenital heart disease, from the fetus to the adult, plus acquired heart disease in children.
The action on a Harrow mosque again saw the chunky thugs in Lenin's term comprehensively outnumbered and outmanoeuvred
When you read about industrial relations please give some credit to the thoughtful employers of America and Canada -- I use the word comprehensively -- for the foresight they have exercised in building up these programmes.
[FOOTNOTE: I indicate by this phrase comprehensively the whole correspondence since his settling in the French capital, whether written there or elsewhere.] of the ideal within him that made him what he was as an artist we catch, if any, only rare glimmerings and glimpses.
What wasn't really surprising is the Titans are what you could call a comprehensively imperfect team when it comes to passing game failures.
This is, as New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently said, what is plaguing the push to be "comprehensively" greener.
Sheila is correct, and that is why I chose the word "comprehensively" rather than "completely."
In sum, the White House's policy which we can expect Condi to elaborate "comprehensively" is "we don't torture because we choose not to call it torture and we will fight all efforts to define torture according to its ordinary meaning."