Having a wide range, influence, or effect: the far-reaching implications of a major new epidemic. (adjective)
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Use "far-reaching" in a sentence
"As he notes, According to a German government report from February, the attitude of Hizballah supporters in Germany ‘is characterized by a far-reaching, unlimited acceptance of the ideology and policy of Hizballah.’"
"From that single word far-reaching consequences have flowed."
"One of the most disturbing, and one with far-reaching consequences, was the decision in City of Los Angeles v."