adjective as in national
We’re very used to helping people navigate difficult times, but usually those difficult times are one-to-one, not nationwide or worldwide.
The most important thing we can do for the kids, besides push for every possible way to speed up the nationwide vaccination effort, is to keep in mind that whatever they end up doing in these crazy times, they are not losing a year of learning.
The company’s CEO, Garry Ridge, says that the nationwide popularity of “isolation renovation” projects are driving the increase.
The New York City bill in particular could serve as a model for cities and states nationwide.
Jurisdictions nationwide are struggling with similar issues.
Egypt has a comparatively low number of HIV cases compared to the rest of Africa, with just 11,000 infected people nationwide.
This would outfit less than one tenth of police officers nationwide but gets the idea circulating.
Trailing only the economy, education and classroom issues dominated thinking among voters nationwide.
White working class distrust of the Democratic Party has gone nationwide.
Now there are only around 5-6,000 members nationwide, according to the SPLC.
General strikes, sympathetic strikes, nationwide boycotts and nation-wide political movements became the order of the day.
A bigger game it turned out than any of the players knew, bigger in its immediate sweep and in its nationwide issues.
Were you writing boys' stories for a nationwide magazine of high circulation and accredited quality?
Do you know how many cases within the 7,337 noted here, which I understand is nationwide, were from Texas?
Then towards the bottom of that page you have given gross figures during the same 2-year period of the nationwide activity.
On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nationwide, such as: civil, communal, domestic, ethnic, governmental, and internal.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.