This would be an expansion of the way we usually handle insurance requirements.
Currently, Taylor is planning an expansion of his works to other parts of the globe.
Mexico at the time was in expansion, full of possibility and hope.
The Royal Navy, Zambellas said, “is seeing signs of expansion—which is a really weird place to be.”
Nor will it slow the ongoing skirmish over the expansion of U.S. coal-export facilities in the Pacific Northwest.
This vapor is rendered intensely cold by expansion, and this cold is imparted to the water in tank a to freeze it.
I will not run the risk of weakening this reasoning by expansion.
The degree of displacement of the fragments depends upon the extent to which the expansion of the quadriceps tendon is lacerated.
Such was the law of expansion; the earth was the heritage of the most numerous race.
"I give you my word of honour," said Julien, with all an honest man's expansion of heart.
1610s, "anything spread out;" 1640s, "act of expanding," from French expansion, from Late Latin expansionem (nominative expansio) "a spreading out," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin expandere (see expand).
expansion ex·pan·sion (ĭk-spān'shən)
An increase in size.
The spreading out of a structure, such as a tendon.