From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwide open/awake/apartwide open/awake/apartcompletely open, awake, or apartSomeone left the back door wide open.At 2 a.m. I was still wide awake.Sandy stood with his back to the fire, legs wide apart. →wide
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wide open/awake/apart• He sat with his legswide apart.• Turning the corner into Polly's road, Jacknoticed suddenly that the door to her house was wide open.• It was 3 a.m., but I was wide awake.• But from what I gathered at the artsfair, the field is prettywide open.• These are still very early days and the options are wide open.• My big worry is that the Monster will come wide awake and ruin things with its grossdemands.• After an hour, though still wide awake, I crimped the page and turned off the light.• The main door stood wide open making a through draught.• They were certainly the first means of crossing wide openspaces that are still vast and untamed, even today.• The door was wide open when we got here.• The doors of the Conch cafe were wide open with no sign of Huong or Anna; they had probably evacuated.