- extending throughout the nation: The incident aroused nationwide interest.
Origin of nationwide
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Examples from the Web for nation-wide
It was scheduled for a nation-wide half hour run in prime time on Oct. 27th, 1964.Remembering Reagan’s Defining Speech
October 27, 2014
He cites its nation-wide town-hall meetings to encourage people to hire those with autism.“Autism Speaks”- but Should Everyone Listen?
June 13, 2014
If the first 10 amendments were each put to a vote on nation-wide ballot initiatives, how would they fare?P.J. O’Rourke: Who Really Actually Wants This Bill of Rights?
P. J. O’Rourke
April 12, 2014
In the nation-wide crusade against gay marriage, Schubert was king.The Man Behind NOM’s New War on Transgender Students
October 3, 2013
Manhattan in the early 20th century was the real capital of the nation-wide business and banking elites.The New Heat Center
January 19, 2009
The Administration's first nation-wide appeal was for money.
On the 172 railroads there are at present nation-wide wage scales.The Settlement of Wage Disputes
This custom would give us nation-wide knowledge and sympathy.Your National Parks
Enos A. Mills
The interest in the result of these researches has become all but nation-wide.
Demonstrations, in the streets, 41-42;to become of nation-wide magnitude, 57.Our Revolution
- covering or available to the whole of a nation; nationala nationwide survey
Word Origin and History for nation-wide
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