Thesaurus / wideness
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His nose was so flat one would hardly have noticed there was a nose at all, except for the wideness of the nostrils.
ALILA, OUR LITTLE PHILIPPINE COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
And he had seen its wideness, its deepness, even though the merest trifle of it showed upon the surface of her courtesy.
TO HIM THAT HATHLEROY SCOTT
A willow and no window, a wide place stranger, a wideness makes an active center.
TENDER BUTTONSGERTRUDE STEIN
"I'm simply—simply—broken up, Miss Margery," and the girl's eyes looked at him with a sweet wideness that made it harder.
A GOOD SAMARITANMARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN ANDREWS
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
But he wished its wideness had taken in his mother, who had a great fear of the evils lying in wait for unwary youth.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD BOSTONAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS
His old sense returned—the confidence which the Mall always gave to him—of Empire and world-wideness.
THE KINGDOM ROUND THE CORNERCONINGSBY DAWSON
Its very modernity embodies and imparts the charm, which will grow as the city grows in wideness and straightness.
FAMILIAR SPANISH TRAVELSW. D. HOWELLS
The singular wideness of Western thought, always verging on extravagance, is traceable to the width of Western land.
GREATER BRITAINCHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE
The wideness of the landscape, its solitary freedom, and its quiet, impressed the city girl in no ordinary way.
THE GUINEA STAMPANNIE S. SWAN
WORDS RELATED TO WIDENESS
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