We''re sitting proudly Watching the world go by In our wonderful city of Liverpool Probably the best city of culture In the whole wide world by Margaret Donnelly, L4.
What does WWW stand for?
WWW stands for Whole Wide World
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 217 other meanings of WWW in our Acronym Attic
- Waterproof Wrist Watch (UK military)
- Watson Wyatt Worldwide (actuarial consultant)
- Weasley's Wizarding Wheezes (Harry Potter)
- Week Without Walls
- Wet Wild & Wicked
- What a Wonderful World (movie)
- What Went Wrong
- What Women Want
- Who Does What Where Database (coorindination of relief efforts)
- Who What Where
Samples in periodicals archive:
There wasn't anything particularly wrong with songs such as Whole Wide World, Everybody's Hurtin' and Smile.
The Old Firm derby is the most important football match in the whole wide world - it's a treasure, a priceless jewel, and it's ours.
Your picture My tears will always fall When I look at your picture Hanging on the wall For you were my girl The best looking girl In the whole wide world And only you my sweet Linda Marie Could make my life and world Feel so, so happy.
Shvily's video, whose title is taken from the Hasidic folk song "This Whole Wide World," documents such a sing-in.
For me, the whole wide world was the Olympics," she said.
The Whole Wide World, Without Limits": International Relief, Gender Politics, and American Jewish Women, 1893-1930.
Byline: Richard Kimberley I WAS delighted to read that Birkenhead Park is to be given a major makeover; it sounds very exciting and the plans look very encouraging to bring this Park - the first of its kind in the whole wide world - up to the standard it deserves.