Synsets for "wide"

Synset: wide.a.01

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other

Examples: wide roads | a wide necktie | wide margins | three feet wide | a river two miles broad | broad shoulders | a broad river

Lemmas: wide broad

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Synset: across-the-board.s.01

Synonyms: across-the-board

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: broad in scope or content

Examples: across-the-board pay increases | an all-embracing definition | blanket sanctions against human-rights violators | an invention with broad applications | a panoptic study of Soviet nationality"- T.G.Winner | granted him wide powers

Lemmas: across-the-board all-embracing all-encompassing all-inclusive blanket broad encompassing extensive panoptic wide

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Synset: wide-eyed.s.02

Synonyms: wide-eyed

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (used of eyes) fully open or extended

Examples: stared with wide eyes

Lemmas: wide-eyed wide

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Synset: broad.s.06

Synonyms: broad

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: very large in expanse or scope

Examples: a broad lawn | the wide plains | a spacious view | spacious skies

Lemmas: broad spacious wide

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Synset: wide.a.05

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: great in degree

Examples: won by a wide margin

Lemmas: wide

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Synset: wide.s.06

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having ample fabric

Examples: the current taste for wide trousers | a full skirt

Lemmas: wide wide-cut full

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Synset: wide.s.07

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: not on target

Examples: the kick was wide | the arrow was wide of the mark | a claim that was wide of the truth

Lemmas: wide wide_of_the_mark

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Synset: wide.r.01

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: with or by a broad space

Examples: stand with legs wide apart | ran wide around left end

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Synset: wide.r.02

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: to the fullest extent possible

Examples: open your eyes wide | with the throttle wide open

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Synset: wide.r.03

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: far from the intended target

Examples: the arrow went wide of the mark | a bullet went astray and killed a bystander

Lemmas: wide astray

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Synset: wide.r.04

Synonyms: wide

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: to or over a great extent or range; far

Examples: wandered wide through many lands | he traveled widely

Lemmas: wide widely

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Marumo Medal, Class I The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 2 millimetres wide green band, a 9 millimetres wide dark blue band, a 1 millimetre wide green band, a 1 millimetre wide dark blue band and a 2½ millimetres wide dark red band, repeated in reverse order and separated by a 1 millimetre wide green band in the centre.
Service Medal in Bronze The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 10 millimetres wide black band, a 12 millimetres wide green band and a 10 millimetres wide yellow band.
General Service Medal (Venda) The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 2 millimetres wide yellow band, a 7 millimetres wide brown band and a 2 millimetres wide yellow band, repeated and separated by a 10 millimetres wide green band.
Honoris Crux (1975) The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 2½ millimetres wide white band, a 3 millimetres wide orange band and a 1 millimetre wide white band, repeated in reverse order and separated by a 19 millimetres wide orange band.
Defence Force Merit Medal The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide and cobalt blue, 32 millimetres wide, with a 12 millimetres wide dark blue band, an 8 millimetres wide dark yellow band and a 12 millimetres wide dark blue band.
Nkwe Medal The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 4 millimetres wide red band, a 2 millimetres wide white band and a 4 millimetres wide red band, repeated and separated by a 12 millimetres wide dark yellow band in the centre.
Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide with a 3 millimetres wide white band, a 13 millimetres wide dark blue band, a 13 millimetres wide crimson band and a 3 millimetres wide white band.
Air Force Cross (South Africa) The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide and white, with a 12 millimetres wide centre band consisting of a 5 millimetres wide light blue band, a 2 millimetres wide yellow band and a 5 millimetres wide light blue band.
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Star of South Africa, Officer The decoration is worn on the chest on a blue ribbon, 35 millimetres wide, with a 2 millimetres wide white band, an 11½ millimetres wide blue band, a 1 millimetre wide white band and a 2 millimetres wide blue band, repeated in reverse order and separated by a 2 millimetres wide orange band in the centre.
Chief C.D.F. Commendation Medal The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 5 millimetres wide green band, a 2 millimetres wide red band, a 5 millimetres wide yellow band and a 3 millimetres wide light blue band, repeated in reverse order and separated by a 2 millimetres wide white band in the centre.
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Pro Patria Medal (South Africa) The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide, with a 3 millimetres wide orange band, a 1½ millimetres wide white band, a 5 millimetres wide orange band and a 6 millimetres wide dark blue band, repeated in reverse order and separated by a 1 millimetre wide orange band in the centre.
Marumo Medal, Class II The ribbon is 32 millimetres wide and cobalt blue, with two three-coloured bands, spaced 10 millimetres apart and 3 millimetres from each edge, each consisting of a 1 millimetre wide green band, a 1 millimetre wide cobalt blue band, a 4 millimetres wide yellow band, a 1 millimetre wide cobalt blue band and a 1 millimetre wide green band.
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