Wide Open may refer to:
- "Wide Open" (Millennium), an episode of Millennium
- Wideopen or Wide Open, a village in North East England
- Wide Open (1930 film), starring Edward Everett Horton
- Wide Open a 1998 novel by Nicola Barker
- Wide Open (Jason Aldean album), 2009
- Wide Open (Sawyer Brown album), 1988
- Wide Open, a 1971 album by Kahvas Jute
- Wide Open, a 2010 album by Latch Key Kid
- Wide Open, a 1978 EP by The Skids, featuring the single "The Saints Are Coming"
- "Wide Open", a song by Brick
- "Wide Open", a song by Westlife from Greatest Hits
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Famous quotes containing the words open and/or wide:
“It was easy to see how upsetting it would be if women began to love freely where love came to them. An abyss would open in the principal shopping street of every town.”
—Christina Stead (19021983)
“Devouring Time, blunt thou the lions paws,
And make the earth devour her own sweet brood;
Pluck the keen teeth from the fierce tigers jaws,
And burn the long-livd phoenix in her blood;
Make glad and sorry seasons as thou fleetst,
And do whater thou wilt, swift-footed Time,
To the wide world and all her fading sweets;”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)