whole wide world


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whole wide world

Fig. everywhere; everywhere and everything. It's the best in the whole wide world. I've searched the whole wide world for just the right hat.
See also: whole, wide, world
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Father's Day is all about appreciation so if you have a very special Daddy, who you want to give a really big treat to, why not enter this competition and let us know why you think your Daddy is the best in the whole wide world.
At rehearsals, I didn't want to do my own songs like Whole Wide World.
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The Whole Wide World, Without Limits": International Relief, Gender Politics, and American Jewish Women, 1893-1930.
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Your emotions, your aims and aspirations, your family and friends, the people, the nature and this whole wide world are the true gifts that have been bestowed on you by God.