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:
“I have passed down the river before sunrise on a summer morning, between fields of lilies still shut in sleep; and when, at length, the flakes of sunlight from over the bank fell on the surface of the water, whole fields of white blossoms seemed to flash open before me, as I floated along, like the unfolding of a banner, so sensible is this flower to the influence of the suns rays.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Citizens Band radio renders one accessible to a wide variety of people from all walks of life. It should not be forgotten that all walks of life include conceptual artists, dry cleaners, and living poets.”
—Fran Lebowitz (b. 1950)