Meaning of expansiveness in English:



See expansive

‘The Guggenheim, which more than any other art museum epitomized the heady expansiveness of the 1990s economy, has suffered more than most.’
  • ‘This expansiveness raised problems of rhetoric and tone.’
  • ‘What really captivated me about this book is what I can only call its expansiveness, its sense of literary grace and play in the telling of history.’
  • ‘When we entered the cemetery, I was immediately struck by the sense of peace and expansiveness that pervaded the place.’
  • ‘Breathing in and out for an equal length of time is another way to experience expansiveness and balance.’



/ɪkˈspansɪvnɪs/ /ɛkˈspansɪvnɪs/