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Part of Speech: Noun
Results: 13
1. Having or showing a wide difference between the highest and lowest price, amount of supply, etc.; as, a wide opening; wide prices, where the prices bid and asked differ by several points.
3. So as to leave or have a great space between the sides; so as to form a large opening.
Part of Speech: noun
1. That which is wide; wide space; width; extent.
2. That which goes wide, or to one side of the mark.
3. Made, as a vowel, with a less tense, and more open and relaxed, condition of the mouth organs; -- opposed to primary as used by Mr. Bell, and to narrow as used by Mr. Sweet. The effect, as explained by Mr. Bell, is due to the relaxation or tension of the pharynx; as explained by Mr. Sweet and others, it is due to the action of the tongue. The wide of / (/ ve) is / (/ ll); of a ( ate) is / (/ nd), etc. See Guide to Pronunciation, / 13- 15.
Part of Speech: superlative
1. Having considerable distance or extent between the sides; spacious across; much extended in a direction at right angles to that of length; not narrow; broad; as, wide cloth; a wide table; a wide highway; a wide bed; a wide hall or entry.
5. Far from truth, from propriety, from necessity, or the like.
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