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far and wide

Definition of far and wide in English:

Over a large area: the high plains where bison roamed far and wide
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  • Now I could go with my friends and we roamed far and wide, often taking a picnic with us.
  • The bloggers scour far and wide for news reports and bring the most salient ones to the attention of their readers.
  • Few had ever seen her, though tales of her strength, her beauty and her generous gifts spread far and wide.
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Pronunciation: ôrˈTHōəpē
noun
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