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1. wide [ a ] having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other
Examples: "wide roads" "a wide necktie" "wide margins" "three feet wide" "a river two miles broad" "broad shoulders" "a broad river"

Used in print:

(The Sun, [Baltimore],...)

Catcher Frank_House 's throw in an effort to nab Throneberry was wide and in the dirt .

Carey singled on a slow bouncing ball to short which Robinson cut_across to field and threw wide to first .

(Mr. America, 4:6...)

So right_away Claude introduced Henri to his famous `` moon '' bench and proceeded to teach him his first Push-Pull_Super-Set consisting_of the wide grip Straight-Arm_Pullover ( the `` pull '' part of the Push-Pull_Super-Set ) which dramatically widens the rib_cage and strongly affects the muscles of the upper back and chest , and the collar-to-collar Bench_Press which specifically works_on the chest to build those wide , Reeves-type `` gladiator '' pecs , while stimulating the upper lats and frontal deltoids .

So right_away Claude introduced Henri to his famous `` moon '' bench and proceeded to teach him his first Push-Pull_Super-Set consisting_of the wide grip Straight-Arm_Pullover ( the `` pull '' part of the Push-Pull_Super-Set ) which dramatically widens the rib_cage and strongly affects the muscles of the upper back and chest , and the collar-to-collar Bench_Press which specifically works_on the chest to build those wide , Reeves-type `` gladiator '' pecs , while stimulating the upper lats and frontal deltoids .

In the third Push-Pull_Super-Set the `` push '' exercise is the wide grip Pushup_Between_Bars , while the `` pull '' exercise is the Moon_Bench_Lateral_Raise with bent arms .

Synonyms wide broad Related Terms narrow heavy covering sweeping countrywide wide-screen bird's-eye stretching spreading in_width spreading countywide stretching wide-screen schoolwide deep fanlike broad-brimmed citywide statewide beamy thick comprehensive width

2. wide [ a ] broad in scope or content
Examples: "across-the-board pay increases" "an all-embracing definition" "blanket sanctions against human-rights violators" "an invention with broad applications" "a panoptic study of Soviet nationality"- T.G.Winner "granted him wid

Synonyms wide broad all-inclusive blanket all-embracing encompassing panoptic all-encompassing across-the-board Related Terms comprehensive

3. wide [ a ] broad in scope or content
Examples: "across-the-board pay increases" "an all-embracing definition" "blanket sanctions against human-rights violators" "an invention with broad applications" "a panoptic study of Soviet nationality"- T.G.Winner "wide powers"

Used in print:

(Organic Gardening and Farming,...)

It does n't really matter which month of the year you sow them , but they germinate best when they have a wide variation of temperature , very warm followed by cool in the same 24 hours .

(Edward Austin Walton, "On Education for the Interior...)

Ordinary politeness may have militated against this opinion being stated so badly but anyone with a wide acquaintance in both groups and who has sat through the many round_tables , workshops or panel_discussions - whatever they are called - on this subject will recognize that the final , boiled_down crux_of_the_matter is education .

(Handbook of Federal Aids to Communities. U.S. Dep...)

They are written by specialists in numerous types of business_enterprises , cover a wide range of subjects , and are directed to the needs and interests of the small firm .

(E. Gellhorn, "Prolegomena to a theory of the emotions"...)

This phenomenon raises the question whether the guidance of the emotions for therapeutic ends may_not have an even wider application in the area of the neuroses .

(Frederick Mosteller et al., Probability with...)

Fortunately , a general formula of wide applicability solves all problems of this kind .

Synonyms broad wide all-inclusive blanket all-embracing encompassing panoptic all-encompassing across-the-board Related Terms comprehensive

4. wide [ r ] with or by a broad space
Examples: "stand with legs wide apart" "ran wide around left end"

Used in print:

(Bonnie Prudden, "The Dancer and the Gymnast"...)

As strength improves start in a standing position with legs wide apart and upper body bent forward .

The push-up itself can be taught by starting at the top of the push-up with legs spread wide .

Synonyms wide

5. wide [ a ] (used of eyes) fully open or extended
Examples: "listened in round-eyed wonder" "stared with wide eyes"

Used in print:

(Octavia Waldo, A Cup of the Sun....)

Suddenly he was interrupted in his daydreaming by a warm wetness lapping against his chin , and his eyes opened wide and long at the sight of a goat 's claret tongue , feasting against the salt taste of him .

With his mouth opened wide , he squirted the warm white milk against the roof of his mouth and his tongue savored the light , earthy taste of it .

Synonyms wide round-eyed Related Terms open

6. wide [ a ] (used of eyes) fully open or extended
Examples: "listened in round-eyed wonder" "stared with wide eyes"

Synonyms wide wide-eyed round-eyed Related Terms open

7. wide [ a ] very large in expanse or scope
Examples: "a broad lawn" "the wide plains" "a spacious view" "spacious skies"

Used in print:

(Sports Age, 24:9...)

And even if they stay in resorts part of the time , they might , if the right salesman gets them in tow , develop a yearning to spice the usual vacation fare with a camping trip into the wide open spaces .

Synonyms spacious wide broad Related Terms large

8. wide [ r ] to the fullest extent possible
Examples: "open your eyes wide" "with the throttle wide open"

Used in print:

(J. H. Hexter, "Thomas More: On the Margins...)

But it is an answer which opens the door wide to an onrush of objections and denials .

Synonyms wide

9. wide [ a ] great in degree
Examples: "won by a wide margin"

Synonyms wide Related Terms narrow comfortable

10. wide [ r ] to or over a great extent or range; far
Examples: "wandered wide through many lands" "he traveled widely"

Synonyms widely wide

11. wide [ a ] great in range or scope
Examples: "an extended vocabulary" "surgeons with extended experience" "extensive examples of picture writing" "suffered extensive damage" "a wide selection"

Synonyms extensive extended wide Related Terms considerable

12. wide [ r ] far from the intended target
Examples: "the arrow went wide of the mark" "a bullet went astray and killed a bystander"

Synonyms astray wide

13. wide [ a ] having ample fabric
Examples: "the current taste for wide trousers" "a full skirt"

Synonyms wide-cut full wide Related Terms ample

14. wide [ a ] having ample fabric
Examples: "the current taste for wide trousers" "a full skirt"

Synonyms wide-cut wide full Related Terms ample

15. wide [ a ] not on target
Examples: "the kick was wide" "the arrow was wide of the mark" "a claim that was wide of the truth"

Synonyms wide_of_the_mark wide Related Terms inaccurate

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