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Opened | Define Opened at Dictionary.com
Opened definition, not closed or barred at the time, as a doorway by a door, a window by a sash, or a gateway by a gate: to leave the windows open at night. See more.
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b. Produced by an unstopped string or hole or without the use of slides, valves, or keys: an open note on a trumpet.
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Word of the Day. percolate. If a liquid percolates, it moves slowly through a substance with very small holes in it.
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Choose the Right Synonym for open. Adjective. frank, candid, open, plain mean showing willingness to tell what one feels or thinks. frank stresses lack of shyness or secretiveness or of evasiveness from considerations of tact or expedience. frank discussions candid suggests expression marked by sincerity and honesty especially in offering unwelcome criticism or opinion.