Expansiveness [noun]

Definition of Expansiveness:

repetition, wordiness

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Sentence/Example of Expansiveness:

Credit reports aren’t new, but these days their footprint is far more expansive.

Portland passes expansive city ban on facial recognition techThe one thing the EO does in fact do is compel each agency to produce a list of all the uses to which it is putting AI, however it may be defined.

Hurley and Behnken were flying aboard the Crew Dragon—SpaceX’s 21st century spaceflight system, replete with expansive touch screens and the ability to reach the ISS with no input from its pilots.

Indeed, retailers like Target, Best Buy, and Walmart are banking on their expansive curbside pickup set-up to save on shipping costs, provide online shoppers with additional options, and offer customers more certainty about getting their items.

To recap from the short version, Castle and his team faced a series of very high technological hurdles in bringing the dark and expansive world of future Los Angeles to the small screen.

However, smaller search engines like DuckDuckGo benefit from the expansive network of advertisers bidding on Google search ads.

Google itself also ostensibly benefits from this arrangement in a sense that it can point to legitimately viable competitors that are able to make money in search even without Google’s expansive volume.

Mina marked the change in him—the new expansiveness, the new appeal for sympathy.

This has been shown by some pregnant words, spoken by Brahmans on their rare occasions of friendly expansiveness.

Her mistress had a certain masculine roughness of demeanor which repelled expansiveness.