All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • The powerful influence of his family opened him a public career early in life.
  • This program is open to all families who live within the district.
  • The bridge is now left in the open position as shown.
  • The songs tell personal stories of life in the wide open country of Australia.
  • He's the kind where you open up and do all the talking.
  • They often have closed ends, but can be open-ended as well.
  • The man-servant opened the door, and we went into the house together. Cited from Brothers of Pity and Other Tales of Beasts and Men, by Ewing
  • He put out his light and stood with his face at the open port-hole. Cited from The Alaskan, by James Oliver Curwood
  • They have taken action to make sure that they have fair and open tax systems.
  • Paul was standing in the open door-way with his back turned toward them -- alone. Cited from The Sowers, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • They could see the whole apartment through the wide-open door-way. Cited from St. Nicholas Magazine for Boys and Girls, Vol. 5, June 1878, No. 8
  • In every large town they have an open market place with shops around it. Cited from Big People and Little People of Other Lands, by Edward R. Shaw
  • An open source project in the area is the E language.
  • Many clubs that are open until dawn can be found throughout the city.
  • It was the first book series to be published under an open license.
  • The open-ended concept of fair use is not observed in Canadian law.
  • There are other ways in which an open system can gain or lose energy.
  • The seat of power is there, but remains open to constant change.
  • His eyes are wide and his right hand raised, palm open towards the front.
  • Another border crossing to the south may have been opened earlier.
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Meaning of open

  • noun A clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water
    finally broke out of the forest into the open
  • noun A tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
  • noun Information that has become public
    all the reports were out in the open, the facts had been brought to the surface
  • verb Cause to open or to become open
    Mary opened the car door
  • verb Start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning
    open a business
  • verb Become open
    The door opened
  • verb Begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.
    He opened the meeting with a long speech
  • verb Make available
    This opens up new possibilities
  • verb Become available
    an opportunity opened up
  • verb Have an opening or passage or outlet
    The bedrooms open into the hall
  • verb Make the opening move
    Kasparov opened with a standard opening
  • verb Display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
  • adjective Affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed
    an open door, they left the door open
  • adjective Affording free passage or access
    open drains, the road is open to traffic, open ranks
  • adjective Used of mouth or eyes
    keep your eyes open, his mouth slightly opened
  • adjective (set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoints