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I want to refer a friend to an article and to tell him that the topic he's looking for is explained 'not briefly'. But I'm using "not briefly" because don't know to say it in a positive way (without using the word 'not').

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"The article deals with the topic at length." Or, "at great length", or "thoroughly" or "completely". You might also search the web for antonyms of "briefly".

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