Definitions

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  • n. Any device used to widen something; especially a drill designed to produce a hole greater than its own diameter

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who or that which widens; specifically, a form of boring-bit or drill so shaped as to form a hole of greater diameter than itself: same as broach, 12.

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Examples

  • It keeps our blood flowing smoothly, it is the strongest dilator (widener), of our blood vessels, it inhibits the formation of blockages (plaques), and it inhibits inflammation.

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  • JDS Uniphase tumbled 1.48, or 12%, to 10.42 on the Nasdaq after the maker of communications chips posted a widener loss for its fiscal fourth quarter.

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  • For what we want is not learning, but knowledge; that is the ability to make learning answer its true end as a quickener of intelligence and widener of the intellectual field.

    One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed

  • To me none of this critical work is significant until he came to write of the movement that carried him to fame, -- to fame, I say, because "Fiona Macleod" was famous for a decade, and not only as a mystery, but as a revealer of a new beauty in words, and as a widener of horizons.

    Irish Plays and Playwrights

  • Every "_amplificolor imperii_" -- every widener of the bounds of the empire of poetry, like

    A Study of Poetry

  • As a result, our perspective is skewed, our social interaction is affected, the generation gap becomes widener and we start to miss out on crucial business opportunities.

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  • Complete an application online by clicking the link on our University College home page, www. widener.edu / uc or by filling out the enclosed form (there is no application fee).

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  • Besides this, Stereo Tool offers a stereo widener which makes music sound 'fuller' and more 'spacial' (less is also possible), and it can repair phase shift problems in recordings (cheap CDs, vinyl, tapes).

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  • For more information, e-mail chaplain@mail. widener.edu.

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