WOTD and QOTD Word of the Day comprehensive (kɑmprihɛnsɪv , కామ్ప్రిహేన్సివ / కామ్ప్రీహేన్సివ) Example The insurance policy was comprehensive, it covered all possible losses that could happen. Definition adjective including all or everything “a comprehensive education” “a comprehensive history of the revolution” “a comprehensive survey” “comprehensive coverage” broad in scope “a comprehensive survey of world affairs” noun an intensive examination testing a student’s proficiency in some special field of knowledge Synonyms: comp, comprehensive examination “she took her comps in English literature” Quote of the Day “A ship in harbor is safe . . . but that is not what ships are for.” AdvertisementShare this:PocketMoreTwitterFacebookPrintEmailLinkedInRedditTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Comments are closed.
love this. so true.
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You definitely get it thank you for explaining that from the heart with purity.
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