wide[ wahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF wide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIDE
She threw herself on the wide divan, and he fixed pillows under her head.
There was now but "one wide river to cross," and the cars rolled on to the bridge.
From far and wide, wild people flocked to the banks of the river.
The ranges are wide enough, but they're a prison just the same.
Mary Reynolds' eyes were wide with surprise and sudden hope.
"Nay, there you are wide of the clout," the bowman said gravely.
She was sitting forward on her chair, her wide young eyes on him.
She surmised shrewdly that on the Street their interests were wide apart.
How she hated her, with her youth and freshness, her wide eyes, her soft red lips!
Her world was in pieces about her, and she felt alone in a wide and empty place.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR WIDE
- across the board
- in depth
- lock stock and barrel
- of great scope
- the big picture
- the whole shebang
- the works