His disapproval is a full two points lower, a trend that has widened over the past month.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, later in the day, widened the assault to a general one against British journalism.
The chasm between the super-rich and everyone else has so widened that our elites seem to inhabit a different country.
Since 1998, the G7 had been widened to include Russia—part of a broader effort to embed Russia in a stable international order.
Ten years later, that half-percentage-point gap had widened to more than four points: 12.4% to 8.2%.
In sections its front end appears as a ridge on one side or on the middle of the floor of the widened end of the medullary groove.
And so, reluctantly, they led him down the gauntlet of widened eyes.
Just before them the stream now widened into a narrow lake, which they could see was straight for some distance.
His horizon had widened, while here, little or nothing was changed.
Wildenai lifted her eyes,—eyes that widened first with wonder, then with fear.