wideness

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪdnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. unusual largeness in size or extent or number
  2. the property of being wide; having great width
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  • All of its greatness, wideness , massiness and depth are alike with you very much.
  • The typical teardrop is basic, just a bed and a little galley (kitchen) area, and this one is no exception, except for the extra-wideness of it and the spoke tires, apparently a sign of hot-rodness incarnate (and to be honest, not a selling point for me, though I get many admiring remarks - about the trailer - from certain kinds of men at gas stations, probably for that reason particularly). Archive 2009-06-01
  • All country people know that the skylark is a very shy bird; that its abode is the open fields; that it settles on the ground only; that it seeks safety in the wideness of space; that it avoids enclosures, and is never seen in gardens. The Bed-Book of Happiness
  • His charm is low-key and genuine, a wideness about the uncrumpled eyes, a readiness to break into a straight-toothed smile.
  • The Spectrum implant, filled posteriorly, gives more fullness and wideness to the base of the breast.
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