add, aggrandize, amplify, augere, augment, broaden, build up, carry beyond the limit, carry further, cause to grow, continue, deepen, develop, dilate, distend, draw out, elongate, enlarge the scope of, expand, extendere, increase, increase the length of, inflate, lengthen, magnify, make larger, make more comprehensive, propagare, protract, spread out in area, stretch, stretch out, supplement, swell, widen
associated concepts: extended lease, extension of a contract, extension of credit, extension of time for good cause
advance, give, hold out, introduce, place at one's disposal, present, present an opportunity, present for acceptance or rejection, proffer, propose, provide an opportunity, put forth, put forward, put forward for consideration, submit, tender
accrue (increase), accumulate (enlarge), administer (tender), amplify, append, bestow, build (augment), compound, continue (prolong), defer (put off), deploy, develop, dwell (linger over), endure (last), enhance, enlarge, expand, increase, inflate, keep (continue), lie (be sustainable), magnify, offer (tender), postpone, present (make a gift), proceed (go forward), proffer, prolong, protract (stall), remain (continue), spread, stay (continue), submit (give), sustain (prolong), tender
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To make larger; to prolong; to push back the original boundary or deadline.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.