latitudinous

latitudinous

(ˌlætɪˈtjuːdɪnəs)
adj
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) literary wide in interpretation, extent or scope
2. (Physical Geography) geography old-fashioned latitudinal
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(66) The best example, perhaps the only example, is Justice Marshall's concurrence in Muniz, which argues for the most latitudinous construction of "testimony" that I have encountered.
could not infringe on their rights through "latitudinous
Men like Adams, who ratified the Constitution on the condition of an added Bill of Rights, did so because they believed that prohibiting any unduly latitudinous construction of federal power would protect state autonomy and thereby preserve individual liberty.