breadth, wideness of some amount
- Perovskite inks are deposited onto glass or plastic to make extremely thin films—around one hundredth of the width of a human hair—made up of metal, halide, and organic ions.
- Yamagishi and his colleagues suggest that a colony twice that thick—roughly the width of a dime—could survive up to eight years in space.
- About the size of a small TV at 21 inches in width, this dishwasher does the job by easily connecting to your kitchen faucet.
- Much like long bone growth, pelvis width is driven largely by estrogen levels.
- Tiny channels about the width of a human hair collect sweat.
- Each side of the triangle will measure five miles in width, a foot in depth, and nearly 307 miles in length.
- Some of us fill it out more width-wise than length-wise, so I always get ring around the cock.
- Two thick palm trunks lie across its width and its concrete block walls have tumbled to the ground.
- The grander the occasion, the larger the width of the hoop petticoat.
- The width of the surrounding streets allows the Barclays Center to stand in relief as the alien presence it is.
- About three o'clock, as nearly as I could tell, we dipped into a wooded creek bottom some two hundred yards in width.
- It was not until 1842 when part of the Royal Hotel stables were taken down, that it was made its present width.
- Small veins, rarely exceeding half an inch in width, the fibres not easily separable.
- The man on the girl's right seemed to overlap her possessively which could have been accounted for by the width of his shoulders.
- She found herself in a large saloon, which took in the whole width of the stern of the dahabeeyah.