wide-open

ADJECTIVE
  1. open wide
    left the doors wide-open
  2. lax in enforcing laws
    a wide-open town
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How To Use wide-open In A Sentence

  • These offered wide-open vistas of rolling farmland, old wooden barns and silos, all surrounded by stunning foliage.
  • McGrady, who scored 25 points, launched an airball from the right wing that fell into the hands of Pat Garrity, who somehow missed a wide-open layup at the buzzer. National Basketball Association - Knicks vs. Magic
  • Then he lifted his head up again and turned his gaze to meet my wide-open eyes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The image of Death’s wide-open mouth evokes the devouring void, the very nothingness that comes with the cessation of consciousness.
  • Much of the prairie land in the United States has been developed or converted to agricultural purposes, leaving only a few state and national parks as a reminder of their wild, wide-open past.
  • Can't the world conspire to ambush you, putting up dead ends and roadblocks where once there were wide-open personal spaces?
  • A nucellar dome has been formed in the massive nucellar cap and the integument has overgrown the nucellus and formed a wide-open micropyle.
  • For mile after mile, there was nothing but wide-open spaces, with almost no signs of human habitation.
  • These offered wide-open vistas of rolling farmland, old wooden barns and silos, all surrounded by stunning foliage.
  • The utriculus and sacculus are in wide-open communication with each other and have almost become one. The Dancing Mouse A Study in Animal Behavior
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