Thesaurus / wideness
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Already the life at home seemed cramped; the wideness and freedom of this great new country intoxicated him.
Everything depends on the arrangement and the wideness of the intervals.
His soul is not a cramped little soul, but has depth and wideness and undiscerned mysteries.
THE PRAIRIE CHILDARTHUR STRINGER
There was no loyalty between them; they were kept together only by a common avarice, and by fear of the wideness of the Northland.
MURDER POINTCONINGSBY DAWSON
The wideness of the landscape, its solitary freedom, and its quiet, impressed the city girl in no ordinary way.
THE GUINEA STAMPANNIE S. SWAN
Nor is it only in great matters that this wideness of human life comes home to the mind in Constantinople.
Wideness of the palm denotes generosity, broad-mindedness, etc.; while a narrow palm denotes the reverse.
HOW TO READ HUMAN NATUREWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
There was a wideness here that made praying seem more natural than it would have been at home in the open country.
THE GIRL FROM MONTANAGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL
It filled the girl with a sense of freedom; its wideness uplifted her.
To build the same of such large compass, form, wideness, and height as the playhouse called the Swan.
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSESJOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS

WORDS RELATED TO WIDENESS

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