wide-ranging

[wahyd-reyn-jing]
adjective
extending over a large area; extensive or diversified in scope: wide-ranging lands; a wide-ranging discussion.

Origin:
1810–20

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Example sentences
The findings suggest a need for fundamental improvements to the caging of
  naturally wide-ranging carnivores.
Furthermore, these studies are hampered by the fact that sharks tend to be
  wide-ranging, open ocean fish.
The wide-ranging festival's fifteenth anniversary brings nearly two hundred
  companies to twenty downtown venues.
The viola offers wide-ranging, rising-and-falling phrases.
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