widely

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪdli/ ]
[ US /ˈwaɪdɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. to or over a great extent or range; far
    he traveled widely
    wandered wide through many lands
  2. to a great degree
    her work is widely known
  3. so as to leave much space or distance between
    widely separated
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How To Use widely In A Sentence

  • The poll was widely discredited after allegations of ballot rigging.
  • The portrait, reputed to be the most widely reproduced photograph in the world, has come to symbolize not just the ideals of the Cuban revolution but of revolution in general.
  • He travelled widely in pursuit of his ornithological passion, making many new discoveries. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • Tessa Morris-Suzuku of Australian National University perhaps the most widely known Australian historian of Japan presented a paper on colonial Karafuto, one of many topics she is currently researching. 2007: Japan Top Ten Year in Review
  • It is now widely recognised that there are uncertainties in determining both R and D. Uncertainties in D (loads/demand) are due to the fact that they may vary depending on location and time (eg. there are no snow loads in summer, change of use). 2009 January - Telic Thoughts
  • These works have subsequently become the most widely performed and appreciated in the Boyce repertoire.
  • The bold provisionality and elegant openness of Merz's installations, as well as his own freewheeling personal presence and oracular writings, helped make him the most widely recognized of all the Arte Povera artists.
  • The apparently unabating national and household poverty is widely debated.
  • The topics in those categories that were less widely dispersed throughout the curriculum included stereochemistry, drug design, drug nomenclature, natural products and biotechnology.
  • It widely considered the president's attempt to save a sliver of his otherwise, rather soily international legacy. Archive 2008-11-01
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