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nationwide

[ney-shuh n-wahyd] /ˈneɪ ʃənˈwaɪd/
adjective
1.
extending throughout the nation:
The incident aroused nationwide interest.
Origin
1910-1915
1910-15; nation + -wide
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Examples for nationwide
  • Use our nationwide listing of green architects and interior designers to find a great one near you.
  • We recently commissioned a nationwide poll to find out--and received some surprising results.
  • There are many contaminated sites nationwide to choose from.
  • The glitch cascaded, preventing air traffic control computers nationwide from communicating.
  • Courts nationwide are now wrestling with the civil-liberties implications.
  • To fund it, legislators levied a tax on chemical and petroleum industries to finance cleanup of toxic dumps nationwide.
  • But the report highlights a nationwide problem in attempting to create or restore wetlands.
  • In response, the rebels called a nationwide strike and continued their campaign of violence.
  • Demand for fresh, local, and often organic goods has fuelled a surge in farmers markets nationwide.
  • Those changes provoked a similar outcry from college professors nationwide.
British Dictionary definitions for nationwide

nationwide

/ˈneɪʃənˌwaɪd/
adjective
1.
covering or available to the whole of a nation; national a nationwide survey
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