wide-stretched love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Large; extensive.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She felt his hands going for her throat, saw his eyes staring down at her, spittle at the corners of his wide-stretched mouth.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • She felt his hands going for her throat, saw his eyes staring down at her, spittle at the corners of his wide-stretched mouth.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • She felt his hands going for her throat, saw his eyes staring down at her, spittle at the corners of his wide-stretched mouth.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • Companions; Some had concealed themselves beneath a Table, on which the remnants of a feast were visible; While Others with gaping mouths and eyes wide-stretched pointed to a Figure, supposed to have created this disturbance.

    The Monk

  • The ground on which the battle was fought, was a level plain — so level, that from the tumuli you saw the waving line of mountains on the wide-stretched horizon; yet the intervening space was unvaried by the least irregularity, save such undulations as resembled the waves of the sea.

    The Last Man

  • Voracious sea birds circled the remains of meals consumed by sleek predators, and schools of krill swam from the wide-stretched jaws of leviathans.

    Morgawr

  • Voracious sea birds circled the remains of meals consumed by sleek predators, and schools of krill swam from the wide-stretched jaws of leviathans.

    Morgawr

  • The mouth in some cases is wide-stretched, as it is with some viviparous quadrupeds ....

    The History of Animals

  • Voracious sea birds circled the remains of meals consumed by sleek predators, and schools of krill swam from the wide-stretched jaws of leviathans.

    Morgawr

  • As we scrunched to a halt on Bon-Bon's gravel, Marigold came with wide-stretched arms out of the front door to greet us.

    Shattered

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