Wide-open meaning

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He left himself wide open to criticism.

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Completely open.

A wide-open door.

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Being without laws or law enforcement.

A wide-open frontier town.

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Opened wide.
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Not enclosed, fenced-in, etc.; unobstructed; clear.

Wide-open spaces.

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The front door was wide open.

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Having no laws or law enforcement.

It was a wide open frontier town before the railroad came.

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The fate of the loan sailor is still wide open.

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(sports) Without the presence of opponents nearby.

He was wide open and scored easily after receiving the pass.

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(finance) Of the situation at the beginning of trading when there is a large spread between bid and ask prices.
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