wide-open

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

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His father lay on the bed with staring, wide-open eyes,—he was dead.

They looked at her with wide-open eyes and then went back to the old word.

"Why, of course I am," she exclaimed, with wide-open surprise.

They were of the wide-open kind, and looked at one frankly in every mood.

His face was pale, and there was a startled, wide-open look in his eyes that Westray did not like.

When the merchant saw the Soldier he stared at him with wide-open eyes.

“Cobbler” Horn regarded the woman with strange, wide-open eyes.

Her wide-open eyes had unutterable sorrow in their beautiful depths.

What struck me most, though, was the folksy look in them wide-open eyes of hers.

There's just a wide-open chance he might have another location.

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