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  • n  the property of being wide; having great width
  • n  unusual largeness in size or extent or number
  • v  become broader or wider or more extensive
  • v  make (clothes) larger
  • v  make wider
  • v  extend in scope or range or area

  • Lonely, moving and quietly assertive, the church is a testament to an unknown craftsman's sense of the shape of his landscape, the wideness of his lake, the hostility of the sky .
  • A universe unfriendlier than when She had made its wideness intimate; now even His hand seemed far.

  • David Alvarez in Episcopal-Life
    It is very important for the US Church to recognize the wideness of our Church,Alvarez said, noting that in the developing world "we minister with far fewer resources and financial support, yet effectively."
  • Matthew Rhys in WalesOnline
    Rhys said: "I'm confused why Cardiff Council want to build something so obtrusive and ugly. Increasing the wideness of the paths sounds awful and I don't see how the park or the people who use it will benefit from an increase in events and a higher...

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