Antonyms for comprehensive:
Synonyms for comprehensive:
overall, double indemnity, national insurance, insurance premium, insurance, FICA tax, Continuing Education, varsity, Managed Care, policyholder, indemnify, extramural, surrender value, broad-spectrum, deductible, policy, intercollegiate, protect, detailed, Distance Learning, actuarial, insured, coeducation, insurance policy, health insurance, collision damage waiver, life insurance, wide-reaching, indemnity, adult education, broker, contributory, product liability, premium, absolute, wide-ranging, far-ranging, intramural, travel insurance, third party, perfect, TAFE, insurance adjuster, underwriter, higher education, schooling, tertiary education, underwrite, reinsurance, insurer, protection, private education, adjuster, actuary, Lloyd's, peremptory, key-person insurance.
complete, entire, exhaustive, solid, through, all, accomplished, total, unsevered, undivided, uncut, integral, plenary, full, done, conclusive, collective, finished, thorough, unabridged, final, whole, universal, sum, intact, unified.
broad, whole, exhaustive, all-inclusive, complete, expansive, encyclopedic, sweeping, overall, all-embracing, thorough, extensive, blanket, in depth, general, absolute, widespread, full, far-reaching, wide, global, across the board, compendious, umbrella.
massive, giant, awesome, magnificent, baggy, immense, impressive, large, gargantuan, gigantic, expansive, bulky, tremendous, majestic, colossal, prodigious, capacious, lofty, humongous, sizable, soaring, ample, generous, extensive, cavernous, princely, great, elephantine, huge, copious, voluminous, roomy, mammoth, vast, grandiose, towering, big, spacious, enormous, grand.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
broad, house-to-house, encompassing, spaciotemporal, all-around, universal, umbrella, wide, all-embracing, all-encompassing, door-to-door, well-rounded, plenary, sweeping, encyclopaedic, blanket, oecumenical, spatiotemporal, unabridged, far-reaching, general, cosmopolitan, ecumenical, omnibus, extensive, across the board, panoptic, super, worldwide, large, all-inclusive, all-round, encyclopedic, inclusive.
Usage examples for comprehensive:
- In these brief and simple, but comprehensive terms, was the crime of high treason defined. - "The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74", John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: January 25, 2009.
- This brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of a paragraph is called the topic statement. - "Composition-Rhetoric", Stratton D. Brooks.
- That these are not comprehensive of the whole malignant party in the land, appears. - "The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning", Hugh Binning.