A river that ranges to the east.
The teacher's eyes ranged over the class.
Sizes that range from small to extra large.
An example of range is to line students up from tallest to shortest.
An example of range is a group of mountains.
An example of range is the maximum distance a gun can shoot a bullet.
An example of range is a large area of land with buffalo.
Offers a range of financial services; jobs at different pay ranges.
A wide price range; the range of genetic diversity.
The lower ranges of society.
Calculus is simply out of my range.
Beyond the range of the court's jurisdiction.
The limited range of the telescope; out of range of their guns; within hearing range.
Their conversation ranged over the major issues of the day. Her responsibilities range across all aspects of the negotiations.
Raiders ranged up and down the coast.
Allowed the animals to range freely.
Her works are often ranged under the headings Mystery and Science Fiction.
The scouts ranged the mountain forests. The patrol boat ranged the coast.
His eyes ranged the room, looking for the letter.
To range oneself with the rebels.
To range the woods.
To range the coastline.
Hills ranging toward the south.
Dogs ranging through the woods.
A gun that ranges five miles.
Children ranging in age from 5 to 12
The range of one's studies.
A wide range of prices.
To view a wild animal at close range.
We sell a wide range of cars.
This missile's range is 500 kilometres.
Jones has good range for a big man.
Std::for_each calls the given function on each value in the input range.
To range the fields.
The variable x ranges over all real values from 0 to 10.
The front of a house ranges with the street.
The peba ranges from Texas to Paraguay.
To range the coast.
We had free range of the campus.
Other Word Forms
Origin of range
- Middle English row, rank from Old French from rangier to put in a row from rang, reng line of Germanic origin sker-2 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition