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Widely-read

ˈwaɪd.li

Meanings of Widely-read:

adverb

Including a lot of different places, people, ...

Meanings of Widen:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Widened

ˈwaɪ.dən

Meanings of Widened:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Widening

ˈwaɪ.dən

Meanings of Widening:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Widens

ˈwaɪ.dən

Meanings of Widens:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Wider

waɪd

Meanings of Wider:

adjective

Of great or more than average width.

Usage examples:

A wide road
adverb

To the full extent.

Usage examples:

His eyes opened wide
noun

A ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batter to play, for which an extra is awarded to the batting side.

Usage examples:

Blignaut lost his cool immediately, the next ball swinging way down the leg side for four wides.

Wides

wʌɪd

Meanings of Wides:

noun

A ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batsman to play, for which an extra is awarded to the batting side.

adjective

Of great or more than average width.

Usage examples:

A wide road
adverb

To the full extent.

Usage examples:

His eyes opened wide

Meanings of Widespread:

adjective

Found or distributed over a large area or number of people.

Usage examples:

There was widespread support for the war

Widely circulated or diffused

Meanings of Widespreadly:

adverb

Widely; in a widespread manner.

Widest

waɪd

Meanings of Widest:

adjective

Of great or more than average width.

Usage examples:

A wide road
adverb

To the full extent.

Usage examples:

His eyes opened wide
noun

A ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batter to play, for which an extra is awarded to the batting side.

Usage examples:

Blignaut lost his cool immediately, the next ball swinging way down the leg side for four wides.

Widgeon

ˈwɪdʒ(ə)n

Meanings of Widgeon:

noun

A dabbling duck with mainly reddish-brown and grey plumage, the male having a whistling call.

Usage examples:

Females during the breeding season and the young eat many aquatic invertebrates, but aside from tha…

Meanings of Widgeons:

noun

A dabbling duck with mainly reddish-brown and grey plumage, the male having a whistling call.

Usage examples:

Females during the breeding season and the young eat many aquatic invertebrates, but aside from tha…

Widget

ˈwɪdʒ.ɪt

Meanings of Widget:

noun

A small gadget or mechanical device.

Widgets

ˈwɪdʒ.ɪt

Meanings of Widgets:

noun

A small gadget or mechanical device.

Widgie

ˈwɪdʒi

Meanings of Widgie:

noun

A young woman, especially of the 1950s, belonging to a subculture characterized by a liking for american fashion and rock-and-roll music, and associated with antisocial behaviour.

Usage examples:

Last i saw of him, a widgie had dragged him on to the dance floor

Widow

ˈwɪd.əʊ

Meanings of Widow:

noun

A woman who has lost her spouse by death and has not married again.

Usage examples:

On her husband's death, a widow usually foresees a life full of harassment and humiliation.
verb

Become a widow or widower; lose one's spouse through death.

Usage examples:

He was recently widowed

Meanings of Widowed:

verb

Become a widow or widower; lose one's spouse through death.

Usage examples:

He was recently widowed
adjective

Having lost one's spouse by death and not married again.

Usage examples:

Her widowed mother

Widower

ˈwɪd.əʊ.ər

Meanings of Widower:

noun

A man who has lost his spouse by death and has not married again.

Usage examples:

Many of the residents told to replace their sewers are retired, widows and widowers and single pare…

Meanings of Widowered:

adjective

That is or has become a widower; of or belonging to a widower.

Meanings of Widowerhood:

noun

The state or condition of being a widower; the period of time during which a man is a widower.

Meanings of Widowers:

noun

A man who has lost his spouse by death and has not married again.

Usage examples:

Many of the residents told to replace their sewers are retired, widows and widowers and single pare…

Meanings of Widowership:

noun

The state or condition of being a widower; = widowerhood .

Meanings of Widowery:

noun

The state or condition of being a widower; the period of time during which a man is a widower; (in extended use) the state or condition of having a spouse who is absent.

Widowhood

ˈwɪd.əʊ.hʊd

Meanings of Widowhood:

noun

The state or period of being a widow or widower.

Usage examples:

The loneliness of widowhood

Widowing

ˈwɪd.əʊ

Meanings of Widowing:

verb

Become a widow or widower; lose one's spouse through death.

Usage examples:

He was recently widowed
noun

A woman who has lost her spouse by death and has not married again.

Usage examples:

On her husband's death, a widow usually foresees a life full of harassment and humiliation.

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