Definition of "comprehensiveness" [com•pre•hen•sive•ness]
The state of being comprehensive.(noun)
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Use "comprehensiveness" in a sentence
"Our benefits were astonishing in comprehensiveness and quality of care."
"The Church of England has always taken pride in its "comprehensiveness" - a British tolerance for theological diversity dating to Queen Elizabeth I, who combined element of Catholicism and Protestant ism to form a "bridge" between the two traditions."
"But the marvel of his comprehensiveness is his mode of dealing with the vulgar, the vicious, and the low, -- with persons who are commonly spurned as dolts and knaves."