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    1. "Yeah, but do you think I am forcing her dead body to twitch using electrical impulses? Do you think if you cut me open you would find some crystal implanted in Tdesi's head?"

    2. to be in order to have what you want? Would you have to be more open

    3. Would you be listening to what they are telling you from their perspective on life? Would you be being open minded and accepting that your point of view is just that, it’s your point of view

    4. The more open and honest you can be with yourself and with others, in the moments of your life, will make a major difference in how your life goes

    5. You need to be open and honest with the people in your life

    6. Be open and

    7. They jabbed their fingers and teeth into his ribs, pulling him apart, cracking him open like a lobster

    8. " She was at the front door, she turned toward him in the open door

    9. He was led up a seemingly endless flight of open backed stairs to a small office

    10. who think about God as soon as we open our eyes, we

    1. opened the eyes of the young man; and he saw: and,

    2. Pick a bird house that allows enough room for the snails to enter, and one that has a lid that can be opened and closed

    3. The doors of the elevator opened to show Agent Ackers standing before them

    4. Isa: 50:5: The Lord GOD hath opened mine ear, and I was not rebellious, neither turned away back

    5. He stammered and opened his mouth, but then shut it again and turned away

    6. It was only a little more than an hour till they were out on the open lake where he opened the throttle full and pounded over the water in the last gloom of dusk

    7. She opened her mouth like she was about to scream and it was all blackness inside her mouth

    8. He ran over and quickly opened his closet, revealing piles of clothes heaped on top of each other in the middle of the floor

    9. Ackers crept over to the door and opened it a crack, trying to look out into the hallway for any signs of the intruders

    10. He opened the door and walked as quietly as he could to the banister

    1. The opening section of Medical Matters hits hard and fast – like an unintentional [?] simulation of the actual diagnosis and treatment

    2. “What the hell is wrong with you?” I scream, opening the chamber and emptying it

    3. Not finding what it was he was looking for, Henry dumped the massive pile back onto his desk and started opening his desk drawers, banging his elbow on the cubicle wall behind him

    4. “Hey! Check these out!” He whispered, opening a red bin

    5. Larorlie couldn't root in this sandy soil but the rails were hung with a summer's growth of blue noonbloom that was just opening

    6. The door of the car opening rouses me

    7. As they pulled closer they could see that the opening of the tunnel was decorated with flowing curves, giving the impression of continuous bodies intertwined

    8. A good rule of thumb for crawl space ventilation is about two square feet of opening for every 25 lineal feet of wall

    9. There is really no proper way of teaching and how you LEER at your students is up to you, but I guarantee that opening up communications with students will make your class a better place, free of profanity and with everyone wearing their trousers on their bottoms

    10. Someone was opening the window to Johnny’s room!

    1. The door cautiously opens

    2. Daniel opens and closes its mouth against his father’s neck and cries a low, sad moan

    3. ‘Hmmmm …’ he said as the door opens again to admit the Inspector

    4. Her mouth opens up for the creamy brew

    5. The door opens and a woman comes in with a tray of sandwiches and coffee

    6. Dizzie opens the door

    7. The door opens, Dr

    8. The door opens, Zitteraal enters, clipboard in hand

    9. He opens a lancet, begins to prick the end of John’s fingers

    10. Zitteraal takes out his penlight, opens one of John’s eyes, watches as the pupil contracts immediately when he shines the light into John’s eye

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    Synonyms for "open"

    open surface open air out-of-doors outdoors clear open up spread spread out unfold afford give candid heart-to-heart unfastened opened overt exposed receptive undecided undetermined unresolved loose capable subject assailable undefendable undefended admissible accessible permitted available allowable free public unrestricted uncovered unclosed denuded naked patent unoccupied unfulfilled emptied debatable controversial disputable questionable uncertain unsettled bare unguarded liable insecure unsafe honest above-board plain artless straightforward fair frank perforated airy filigree penetrable porous extended expanded generous bounteous bountiful liberal magnanimous munificent open-handed

    "open" definitions

    a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water

    where the air is unconfined

    a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play

    information that has become public

    cause to open or to become open

    start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning

    become open

    begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc.

    spread out or open from a closed or folded state

    make available

    become available

    have an opening or passage or outlet

    make the opening move

    afford access to

    display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer

    affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed

    affording free passage or access

    with no protection or shield

    open to or in view of all

    used of mouth or eyes

    not having been filled

    accessible to all

    not defended or capable of being defended

    (of textures) full of small openings or gaps

    having no protecting cover or enclosure

    (set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoints

    not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought

    not sealed or having been unsealed

    without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition

    ready or willing to receive favorably

    open and observable; not secret or hidden

    not requiring union membership

    possibly accepting or permitting

    affording free passage or view

    openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness

    ready for business