What is another word for Extensiveness?

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Extensiveness refers to the size or scope of something in terms of its area, volume, length, or coverage. It is synonymous with terms such as vastness, expansiveness, breadth, range, depth, magnitude, scale, and comprehensiveness. These synonyms indicate the extent to which something is expansive, whether it be a physical entity, a concept, or an idea. They allude to something that is broad in its scope and encompasses a significant amount of territory. Extensiveness can be used to describe characteristics of landscapes, structures, scientific theories, and human emotions. The use of synonyms helps to express various aspects of extensiveness in different contexts.

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What are the opposite words for Extensiveness?

The antonyms of the word "extensiveness" are limitedness, narrowness, and restrictiveness. Limitedness refers to something that has a finite or constrained capacity or scope. Narrowness, on the other hand, implies something that is confined or narrow in its extent or range. Restrictiveness denotes a condition of being restrictive or constricting, governing or regulating with strict rules or limitations. These antonyms of "extensiveness" can be applied in various contexts, including spatial, temporal, and conceptual domains. By understanding the diverse meanings of these antonyms, we can better comprehend the limits, boundaries, and restrictions that may apply to a particular situation or phenomenon.

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Usage examples for Extensiveness

Its situation certainly is all but perfect, whilst the picturesqueness and the Extensiveness of its surrounding scenery are the admiration of all who see it.
"In the Border Country"
W. S. (William Shillinglaw) Crockett
But the author of our religion was the first who taught that, however in a legal point of view the talent of individuals might belong exclusively to themselves, so that no other person had a right to demand the use of it by force, yet in the Christian dispensation they were but the stewards of it for good; that so much was expected from this stewardship, that it was difficult for those who were entrusted with it to enter into his spiritual kingdom; that these had no right to conceal their talent in a napkin; but that they were bound to dispense a portion of it to the relief of their fellow-creatures; and that in proportion to the magnitude of it they were accountable for the Extensiveness of its use.
"The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament (1808), Vol. I"
Thomas Clarkson
As a matter of fact the Extensiveness of the many courses of study, all the learning that is required of pupils at the examinations, certainly does tend to their emancipation, to the coming of the future woman and future society, which you young men are all longing for, are you not?"
"Paris From the "Three Cities""
Emile Zola

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