Adj Including Much or All
Sentence: The final exam was comprehensive, and very tedious
(v.) to make a distinction; to understand the difference between
Sentence: In the beginning, Clyde made every effort not to discriminate among players.
Sentence: Officer Jones remained dubious about Bill’s excuse for speeding, and proceeded to write the ticket.
(adj) stated in exact terms
Sentence: Carla was explicit in her instructions to the babysitter.
(adj.) deep, intense; complete, total
Sentence: A profound hush fell over the congregation as the elderly woman prayed for her lost grandson.