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See definition of nationwide on Dictionary.com
  • as innational
  • as innationally

synonyms for nationwide

  • civil
  • communal
  • domestic
  • ethnic
  • governmental
  • internal
  • interstate
  • public
  • social
  • federal
  • general
  • home
  • imperial
  • native
  • royal
  • sovereign
  • state
  • sweeping
  • vernacular
  • countrywide
  • government civic
  • inland
  • politic
  • political
  • societal
  • widespread
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antonyms for nationwide

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    How to use nationwide in a sentence

    We’re very used to helping people navigate difficult times, but usually those difficult times are one-to-one, not nationwide or worldwide.
    HOW HALLMARK IS HANDLING PANDEMIC VALENTINE’S DAYLUKE WINKIEFEBRUARY 12, 2021VOX
    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 MID-PANDEMIC RETURN TO SCHOOL IS TOTALLY WEIRD FOR KIDS. AND POSSIBLY LONELY, TOO.PETULA DVORAKFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The company’s CEO, Garry Ridge, says that the nationwide popularity of “isolation renovation” projects are driving the increase.
    20 INGENIOUS USES FOR WD-40BY BILL HEAVEY/FIELD & STREAMFEBRUARY 11, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
    The New York City bill in particular could serve as a model for cities and states nationwide.
    AUDITORS ARE TESTING HIRING ALGORITHMS FOR BIAS, BUT THERE’S NO EASY FIXAMY NORDRUMFEBRUARY 11, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
    Jurisdictions nationwide are struggling with similar issues.
    CONFUSION AND CHAOS: INSIDE THE VACCINE ROLLOUT IN D.C., MARYLAND AND VIRGINIAJULIE ZAUZMER, GREGORY S. SCHNEIDER, ERIN COXFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    In 1988, a savvy former ABC Radio executive named Ed McLaughlin signed the host — then working at a little-known Sacramento station — to a nationwide syndication contract.
    RUSH LIMBAUGH IS AILING. AND SO IS THE CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO INDUSTRY.PAUL FARHIFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The only days in which deaths nationwide eclipsed 4,000 were all in January 2021, long after South Dakota’s pandemic spread had subsided.
    SOUTH DAKOTA’S COVID-19 NUMBERS HAVE BEEN TERRIBLE, BUT THE GOVERNOR SAYS THAT’S THE WRONG METRICGLENN KESSLERFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The company faces a union drive in Alabama that, if successful, could mushroom into a nationwide movement.
    AMAZON CEO JEFF BEZOS‘S SUCCESSOR WILL INHERIT HIS CHALLENGESJAY GREENE, CAT ZAKRZEWSKIFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    More than a third of judges nationwide serving on federal appeals courts one level below the Supreme Court are eligible to step back from active service.
    HOUSE TO VOTE ON REMOVING GOP’S MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE FROM HER COMMITTEESFELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNER, COLBY ITKOWITZFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The public-school closures have disproportionately affected students of color and low-income students in the city, as they have nationwide, Herrera said.
    SAN FRANCISCO IS SUING ITS OWN SCHOOL DISTRICT IN A BID TO RESUME IN-PERSON CLASSESMARISA IATIFEBRUARY 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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    WORDS RELATED TO NATIONWIDE

    • civil
    • communal
    • countrywide
    • domestic
    • ethnic
    • federal
    • general
    • government civic
    • governmental
    • home
    • imperial
    • inland
    • internal
    • interstate
    • nationwide
    • native
    • politic
    • political
    • public
    • royal
    • social
    • societal
    • sovereign
    • state
    • sweeping
    • vernacular
    • widespread
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