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comprehensive
used in Persuasion

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Definition
large in scope; or including everything or everything important
  • She considered it as an act of indispensable duty to clear away the claims of creditors with all the expedition which the most comprehensive retrenchments could secure, and saw no dignity in anything short of it.
    Chapter 2 (34% in)
  • It was all said very gracefully, and the cards with which she had provided herself, the "Miss Elliot at home," were laid on the table, with a courteous, comprehensive smile to all, and one smile and one card more decidedly for Captain Wentworth.
    Chapter 22 (87% in)

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