wide open

[ wahyd-oh-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF wide open

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIDE OPEN

If you're all right there's my hand, and you'll find it wide open.'

It was wide open, and she rapped on it loudly, and then turned her back.

The window was wide open, and the wooden shutters were hooked back.

She was all alone in that solitude, and did not stir; however, her eyes were wide open.

But he flung it wide open suddenly, and with a noise; then retreated.

As it happened the carriage entrance of the mansion was wide open.

Her eyes and mouth, which are wide open, express passion and cruelty.

But his displeasure increased on seeing that Christine's eyes were wide open.

The glassy eyes, wide open, seemed to exercise a spell over him.

Augustine pretended that she didn't understand, but her ears were wide open.

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