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or coun·try-wide

[ kuhn-tree-wahyd ]


  1. extending across or throughout the whole country; nationwide:

    a countrywide reaction; a countrywide highway system.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of countrywide1

First recorded in 1920–25; country + wide

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Example Sentences

Meanwhile, it will also shut down facilities in Connecticut and Missouri, reducing its number of locations countrywide from four to three.

Modi gave only a few hours’ notice for people to exchange their banknotes for the new denomination ones, precipitating a countrywide scramble at banks and ATMs and a months-long cash shortage.

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The countrywide service outage, ironically, drew more people outdoors to learn what was going on.

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That’s an all-time countrywide high since the pandemic began.

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This summer’s protests against police violence and countrywide reckoning with racial justice issues included new attention on how students across the country learn about race and history.

The alleged practices that the government is suing over happened in 2007 and 2008, before BofA bought Countrywide.

The tiny park has become the center of a countrywide push against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

As a whole, the food in the United States is really very safe, but there can be large countrywide outbreaks.

Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov predicts more street protests—and countrywide economic decline.

The war in Libya has turned into a countrywide manhunt now that the rebels control most of its territory.

Every new phase of recreation from playgrounds to philately presently has its countrywide association.

Precipitation ranges from fifteen to fifty inches; the countrywide average is about twenty-eight inches.

Reduction of disease and improved health were the most important gains countrywide.

Health officials planned completion of vaccinations countrywide in 1970.

The railroads promptly fell in line with the countrywide summons for a more exacting standard of business ethics.





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