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Use "expansively" in a sentence
"Just very quickly, imagine if the hand counts come in and they are counted expansively, that is those so-called dimpled ballots, and they give Gore a razor-thin margin and fearing a contempt citation the secretary of state and the state canvassing board certifies Al Gore the winner, the state legislature still may try to do something to change that."
"It's time to think more expansively and to change expectations."
"More expansively: these “gee whiz” approaches to whacking big head and silver carp aren’t up to the real fight."