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opened to the full extent:
a wide-open window.
lacking laws or strict enforcement of laws concerning liquor, vice, gambling, etc.:
a wide-open town.
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Wind turbines function best in
spaces where they can capture airflow unobstructed by buildings or mountains.
career the plebeian suffered for his mediocrity, and the sceptic for his doubt.
And candidates running in a
primary will have to rely on a broader base of contributors.
It can become instead an event
to a variety of experimental manipulations.
Before you set out, find some
sky and give your silicon guide a couple of minutes to itself.
eyes express a mix of innocence, bewilderment and sadness.
Once upon a time there was a charming tale of a wee little mouse with
eyes and ears as large as saucers.
The landscape is characteristic of
vistas with steep canyon walls and few trees.
British Dictionary definitions for
wide open when postpositive
open to the full extent
) exposed to attack; vulnerable
uncertain as to outcome
) (of a town or city) lax in the enforcement of certain laws, esp those relating to the sale and consumption of alcohol, gambling, the control of vice, etc
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