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Answer for the clue "Ingenuous", 4 letters:
Alternative clues for the word open
Unguarded, in football
Unguarded, as a receiver
Ready to serve
Word with season or secret
With 34-Across, like some women's shoes
Many a tournament
Up for grabs
More than ajar
Door sign during store hours
___ to suggestions
Ready for business
Free of defenders
With 58-Across, a reception feature
Golf or tennis championship
Store door sign
Shop window sign
Unwrap, as a gift
9:00-5:30 store sign
Sign on a store door
Store sign after 9 a.m.
Sign in a store window
As yet undecided
Ready to do business
Like some primaries
Easy to get into
Say "one club," say
Break the seal on
Kind of batting stance
Start the bidding
Word with French or U.S.
___ mike (coffeehouse event)
Place the first bet
Sign on a shop's door
"Yes, we're ___"
Tournament that takes all comers
With 7-Down, easy things to score goals on
"___ wide" (dentist's directive)
Shop door sign
Shop sign that may be flipped
Like most businesses between 9 to 5
Store sign between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Pro-am tourney, often
Feature of many a wedding reception
Start for seas or seasons
Available for business
Word before air, fire or water
Store sign during business hours
Store sign that might be flipped at 9 a.m.
A tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
Information that has become public
Where the air is unconfined
A clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water
Bet first, in poker
Word with door or house
Word for Ali Baba
Start the bridge bidding
Command from a D.D.S.
House or stock preceder
Shut's partner, in some cases
What Watson won in 1982
Meet for McEnroe
Kind of tournament
Bet first, at poker
Type of tournament
In full view
Ready for a pass
What Lendl won in 1986
Verb for Ali Baba
Tournament for all
"___ sesame!": Ali Baba
Type of convention
Word with air or house
Word with sea or season
Floyd won it in '86
Kind of door or house
Partner of aboveboard
Pull the cork
Kind of house or door
Nicklaus has won it four times
Kind of primary or convention
Kind of house or letter
Sign on a door
Kind of house
Make the first bet
Word with air or door
T. Watson prize in 1982
Tournament won by Strange: 1988 and 1989
U.S. match for Becker
Unfold, as a rose
"___ Up Your Heart," 1955 song
Word with air or work
Do what Pandora did
Kind of secret or shop
What Watson won in '82
"Do not ___ till Dec. 25"
Anagram for 60 Across
Kind of house or sandwich
Event for Irwin
Word with shop or sea
Door or road preceder
Word definitions for open in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. adjective COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a competition is open to sb (= used to say who can enter a competition ) ▪ The competition is open to artists between 16 and 25 years old. a door flies/bursts open (= opens very suddenly and quickly ) ▪ Then...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Audience \Au"di*ence\, n. [F. audience, L. audientia, fr. audire to hear. See Audible , a.] The act of hearing; attention to sounds. Thou, therefore, give due audience, and attend. --Milton. Admittance to a hearing; a formal interview, esp. with a sovereign...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
(context not comparable English) Which is not closed; accessible; unimpeded; as, an open gate. n. 1 A sports event in which anybody can compete; as, the Australian Open. 2 (context electronics English) a wire that is broken midway. 3 (''with the'') Open...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English open "not closed down, raised up" (of gates, eyelids, etc.), also "exposed, evident, well-known, public," often in a bad sense, "notorious, shameless;" from Proto-Germanic *upana , literally "put or set up" (cognates: Old Norse opinn , Swedish...
Word definitions in WordNet
adj. affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed; "an open door"; "they left the door open" [syn: unfastened ] [ant: shut ] affording free passage or access; "open drains"; "the road is open to traffic"; "open ranks" [ant: closed ] with...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
O or OPEN may refer to: Open (film) , a 2011 film Open (sport) , type of competition in tennis, golf and other sports where entry is open to qualifiers regardless of amateur or professional status Open.... , the original interactive television service on...
Usage examples of open.
For if invocations, conjurations, fumigations and adorations are used, then an open pact is formed with the devil, even if there has been no surrender of body and soul together with explicit abjuration of the Faith either wholly or in part.
The belly shimmered and disappeared, and through it Alexander could see a large room with a vaulted window, opening on to a night-dark sky ablaze with stars.
Church of England or of Rome as the medium of those superior ablutions described above, only that I think the Unitarian Church, like the Lyceum, as yet an open and uncommitted organ, free to admit the ministrations of any inspired man that shall pass by: whilst the other churches are committed and will exclude him.
As they reached the broad open space where I had had my first disquieting glimpse of the moonlit water I could see them plainly only a block away--and was horrified by the bestial abnormality of their faces and the doglike sub-humanness of their crouching gait.
Finally, he points out the practical bearing of the subject--for example, the probability of calculus causing sudden suppression of urine in such cases--and also the danger of surgical interference, and suggests the possibility of diagnosing the condition by ascertaining the absence of the opening of one ureter in the bladder by means of the cystoscope, and also the likelihood of its occurring where any abnormality of the genital organs is found, especially if this be unilateral.
Bonnain and Payne have observed analogous cases of this abnormality of the vaginal opening and subsequent accouchement by the anus.
In fact, the opening was depressingly familiar, full of protestations of loyalty to both King George and the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, plus a promise that the authors would willingly fight the French, indeed die for their country, but they could not face another day aboard such a hellish ship.
The carles looked askance at one another, but straightway opened the gates, and Ralph and his company went forth, and abode the new-comers on a little green mound half a bowshot from the Castle.
Suddenly, it was as if a window in heaven had been opened and I saw a group of Aboriginal women standing together.
It seems that a special alignment of the planets would open a vortex to the Void that night, releasing Abraxas and his Demon Horde.
A hogshead of ale was abroach under an oak, and a fire was blazing in an open space before the trees to roast the fat deer which the foresters brought.
It was found that the womb had been ruptured and the child killed, for in several days it was delivered in a putrid mass, partly through the natural passage and partly through an abscess opening in the abdominal wall.
I They secured the end of the rope to one of the poles wedged like an anchor in the opening of the tunnel that led to the crystal cavern, and Craig abseiled down the rope to the water at the bottom of the shaft once more.
It is absolutely not an experience not an experience of momentary states, not an experience of self, not an experience of no-self, not an experience of relaxing, not an experience of surrendering: it is the Empty opening or clearing in which all of those experiences come and go, an opening or clearing that, were it not always already perfectly Present, no experiences could arise in the first place.
This was a subterfuge, by the aid of which he intended to open new negotiations respecting the form and conditions of the Regency of his son, in case of the Allied sovereigns acceding to that proposition.