expansiveness


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to expansiveness: Pressured speech

ex·pan·sive·ness

(ek-span'siv-nes),
A state of optimism, loquacity, and reactivity.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition to publishing wide-ranging but interconnected scholarship, we have worked to make RHM an expansive site in its communicative openness and transparency (a sometimes-overlooked aspect of expansiveness in publishing).
Paul Auster, Sherman Alexie, Raymond Carver), allowing Slethaug to illustrate the expansiveness of intertextuality.
"Playing music has always been a way for me to connect to stillness and a sense of expansiveness within myself, and to feel a sense of openness and connection with my family and community," Bringi told S&H.
"[Lakes Erie, Ontario, Huron, Superior, and Michigan] possess an ocean-like expansiveness, with many of the ocean's noblest traits....
The NBS maintains a cautious monetary policy stance since it was assessed that the current level of monetary policy expansiveness provides for a moderate rise in inflation from mid-year and its return within the target tolerance band late this or early next year.
Gemalto's module technology offers M2M/IoT customers seamless migration to the expansiveness and reliability of our network," stated Ro McNally Vice President, Verizon Wireless.
"For the new Q7 generation, the design has succeeded in implanting a feeling of expansiveness, roominess and cultivated elegance," the jury stated in its reasoning.
"For the new Q7 generation, the design has succeeded in implanting a feeling of expansiveness, roominess and culA[degrees] tivated elegance," the jury stated in its reasoning.
One of the major concerns surrounding the deal is the expansiveness of the companies' combined market share, particularly in high-population areas such as New York and Los Angeles.
Gender expansiveness focuses more on what they are doing, like what they want to play or how they wish to dress.
Winogrand moved beyond 'close-up" New York into the wide-open spaces of Texas and Los Angeles, his camera eye widening to capture America's seemingly limitless expansiveness and uncontainability, always on the lookout for signs of the materialistic American dream.