DAKOTA is a unisex name in the wide-open Western place name mode.
By horseback and hoof, Twain takes us from the Mormon Theocracy of Utah to the wide-open craziness in the Sierra mining fields.
Jackson is more interested in the wide-open early days of the movement than in its hallowed end.
With Huckabee out of the way, and the political sirens singing her name, Palin is looking at a wide-open field.
To them, the persistent invitations looked like a wide-open chance to kill the Afghan president.
M. de Vineuil, with wide-open eyes, was talking rapidly and excitedly of the subject that filled his bewildered brain.
The men stared at Jackson and his companion with wide-open eyes.
The door was seldom closed, and the window was often wide-open in the midst of a winter storm.
She could not see everything in the room, and lay watching with wide-open eyes.
In the end the bay, originally of wide-open water, is only such at high tide.