outstretched, unrolled, all-encompassing, general, overall, global, panoptic, sweeping, figurative, inclusive, large, sprawled, across-the-board, all-around, elongate, nonliteral, outspread, big, wide, broad, sprawly, all-inclusive, encompassing, all-embracing, extensive, rolled out, blanket, widespread, all-round, wide-ranging, stretched out, far-reaching, long, drawn-out, broad-spectrum, sprawling, considerable, far-ranging, specific, expansive, comprehensive, wide-reaching, lengthy
continued (part of speech: verb)
gave (part of speech: verb)
delivered, funded, awarded, served, consigned, doled, ascribed, helped, attributed, supplied, allotted, dispensed, assigned, assisted, shared, pledged, devoted, showered, expended, lent, disbursed, paid, donated, allowed, contributed, bequeathed, provided, rationed, lavished, furnished, sent
expanded (part of speech: verb)
extended (part of speech: verb)
increased (part of speech: verb)
additional (part of speech: adjective)
attached (part of speech: adjective)
offered (part of speech: verb)
- The London luncheon, which is a very plain meal compared with ours- indeed, only a family dinner- is a favorite hospitality as extended to Americans by busy men. - "Manners and Social Usages", Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood.
- Scotty, spear gun extended, swam right into the cave. - "The Wailing Octopus", Harold Leland Goodwin.
- Madaline kissed the hand extended to her. - "Wife in Name Only", Charlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay).