open

[ oh-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF open

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPEN

It was still daylight, and the door of the next dwelling was open.

However, be that as it might, not one of them but knew how to open the sluices.

She arose, and would have gone around the table to him, but he met her with open arms.

The battle was disastrous for the Egyptians and the valley of the Nile was open to the invaders.

The hunters were roving the open, and even Hal Dozier was at fault.

Even if he could find an open window, or if the door were unlatched, how could he find the girl?

Running to the door she threw it open and listened intently.

He turned sharply and sauntered toward the open door of the house.

The troops moved in as good line as troops could move, at open files.

On this side there was nothing but an open old field for a mile.

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