Expanses [noun]

Definition of Expanses:

large space, usually open

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Sentence/Example of Expanses:

Even the shops that were closed offered, through wide expanses of plate-glass, hints of hidden riches.

Where was my great commerce that so lately had made these glistening expanses populous and beautiful with its white-winged flocks?

Far stretching plains of waving grasses, great expanses of marsh and swamp, league after league.

Here are vast expanses clad in the refreshing drapery of nature, upheaving their grassy billows.

From this great height, both expanses of the Firth, with their bounding shores, lie spread below like a map.

Still, the morning set to leave invariably found me equally glad to shove off once more into the great expanses of the desert.

In the Y Ravine, which provided these great expanses of banks, he dug himself shelters of unusual strength and size.

This track is the No Man's Land, which lies like a broad green regular stripe between brown expanses along the hillside.

That dream of his when he rode on the Wiltshire expanses—a curious dream: the lark silent, the earth dissolving.

On all sides rich expanses of woodland and grassy plains stretched away to the horizon, watered by abundant streams.