Definitions

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  • adj. Throughout the body.

Etymologies

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body +‎ -wide

Examples

  • I tried to ghost myself, but got a bodywide electric shock instead, which numbed my teeth and crossed my eyes.

    Crossed

  • By the time I had discovered them, I was a teen with a swimmers bodywide shoulders, thick arms and waist, strong back.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • The physical reaction was violent and bodywide, it was not just localized to a limb.

    11/19/2006

  • Margo's answer came when Paula revealed her intention to dye every bit of Margo's hair: bodywide.

    Time Scout

  • Fibromyalgia patients typically experience bodywide pain

    CNN.com

  • It's not that much more complicated than existing treatments that infuse chemo without preventing bodywide leakage, and which have widely varying results, said Dr. James Pingpank, a former NIH researcher now at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, one study site.

    Durangoherald.com

  • Repairing corneas with adult stem cells, which already exist in the human eye, signals an advance in stem-cell research that could apply bodywide.

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  • Herbert says though she is in the minority, she thinks that autism may result not from subtle differences in brain structure but from bodywide dysfunction in cells.

    Science News / Features, Blog Entries, Column Entries, Issues, News Items and Book Reviews

  • The probiotics do not colonize the nose; instead they are creating a bodywide immunity-boosting effect!

    billingsgazette.com

  • But just 10 adult females breeding in a person's skin are enough to cause bodywide torment, as they defecate and lay eggs that then hatch into larvae and develop into more adult mites.

    Taipei Times

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