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extending over a large area from side to side

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of full measure; not narrow or restricted

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having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other

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(used of eyes) fully open or extended

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very large in expanse or scope

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great in degree

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having ample fabric

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not on target

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far from the intended target

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to or over a great extent or range

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Charles O'Brien, trainer of Great Wide Open The six-furlong trip should suit him better and the ground is what he wants.
Selection is going to be extremely difficult because there are so many positions wide open where there are a number of genuine contenders.
20 Remus Close, Wide Open, is for sale through Reeds Rains estate agents at PS225,000, tel: 0191 284 4853.
The Eyes Wide Open premiere was celebrity packed with other ex-X Factor stars like Diana Vickers and One Direction gracing the red carpet to support JLS.
Raleigh Wide Open has been one of the most exciting events in Raleigh for the past four years," said John Idler, president and general manager of ABC11 Eyewitness News.
A three-day session with Ben Muldrow of Arnett Muldrow & Associates has produced a new theme for the ailing downtown: Broadway Wide Open.
POLICE are stepping into crooks' shoes after discovering careless drivers are leaving themselves wide open to thieves by forgetting to lock their car.
As a matter of fact, the Euro elections next year are wide open.
But even if they're wide open, they still got to knock them down and you have to give them credit for that.
It's a nice, wide open area that looks like a great place for getting stuff out of the way.
He said: "Scotland shouldn't go wide open because that will be right up Italy's street.
A car can't run on two wheels, and Wide Open can't continue with only one side of the political spectrum represented," Jean Dubail, assistant managing editor/online, wrote in a note on the blog today.
Maritime counterterrorism efforts are too focused on port security and cargo containers, leaving cruise ships and ferries wide open to the possibility of deadly and costly terrorist attacks, according to a book-length study of the issue by Rand Corp.
In days of old, there were wide open spaces where shoppers mingled and entertainers soothed our shopping stress with songs of the season.
Ever since Mayor Bloomberg re-vamped office layouts at City Hall that became a show pony of design excellence to attract and retain employees, business managers have been earger to give up offices in lieu of wide open communal space.