wide·​out ˈwīd-ˌau̇t How to pronounce wideout (audio)

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web Well, the Ravens have $27 million to spend, a good offensive line, an All-Pro-caliber tight end in Mark Andrews, good running backs and an intriguing wideout in Rashod Bateman. Nate Davis, USA TODAY, 25 Jan. 2023 When Deandre Carter went down, the wideout ranks were thinned even more. Nick Canepacolumnist, San Diego Union-Tribune, 14 Jan. 2023 The Cardinals also lose receiver Jaelin Carter but return Ahmari Huggins-Bruce and Braden Smith, the team’s most experienced wideout heading into the 2023 campaign. Alexis Cubit, The Courier-Journal, 5 Jan. 2023 The Gators also have a solid wideout in Xzavier Henderson who, just behind Shorter, has hauled in 32 catches for 362 yards and two touchdowns. Dallas News, 3 Nov. 2022 Nettleton's wideout duo of Beau Smith and Q Thompson have each surpassed 700 receiving yards. Sam Lane, Arkansas Online, 26 Oct. 2022 The good news is star receiver DeAndre Hopkins is back from his six-week suspension and the team also traded for a 6-3 wideout with 4.3 speed in Robbie Anderson, who comes over from the Panthers for a pair of future, late-round draft picks. Bob Mcmanaman, The Arizona Republic, 20 Oct. 2022 Combine the 2021 class with the 2020 group and only two of the seven receiver signees remain as reserve Thaiu Jones-Bell joins Brooks as the only other active wideout from those two seasons. Michael Casagrande | Mcasagrande@al.com, al, 8 Dec. 2022 All-Pro dual-threat wideout Deebo Samuel will play Sunday against the Dolphins at Levi’s Stadium after he was listed as questionable with a deep quadriceps bruise that severely limited him in practice throughout the week. Eric Branch, San Francisco Chronicle, 4 Dec. 2022 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1967, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of wideout was in 1967

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“Wideout.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wideout. Accessed 26 Mar. 2023.

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