Definition of widespread in English:
Found or distributed over a large area or number of people: there was widespread support for the war drug use is widespread
More example sentences
- He is sure to garner widespread support from across all sections of club rugby.
- Unions have formed an action group to fight the proposals and claim widespread support.
- What all these countries have in common is widespread unemployment and illiteracy.
general, extensive, universal, common, global, worldwide, international, omnipresent, ubiquitous, wholesale, all-embracing, all-inclusive, all-round, across the board, far-reaching, predominant, prevalent, rife, broad, blanket, sweeping, rampant, catholic, inescapable, pervading, pervasive, permeating, epidemic
Words that rhyme with widespreadwingspread • cornbread
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