An example of wide used as an adverb is in the phrase "to read wide," which means to read a large range of books.
An example of a wide is a way of scoring a run for the batting team.
An example of something wide is a larger than average sized foot.
Look with wide eyes.
A wide selection; granting wide powers; wide variations.
A remark that was wide of the truth.
A ribbon two inches wide.
A wide road; a wide necktie.
A shot that was wide of the target.
Traveled far and wide.
Ran wide to catch a pass.
A wide bed.
Three miles wide.
A wide variety, wide reading.
Eyes wide with fear.
Wide of the target.
To travel far and wide.
With the door wide open.
Shots that went wide.
We walked down a wide corridor.
The inquiry had a wide remit.
That team needs a decent wide player.
Too bad! That was a great passing-shot, but it's wide.
It is far wide that the people have such judgments.
How wide is all this long pretence!