Is widespread influence grammatically correct? Also, is it the right way to say it? Thanks

  • Widespread is an adjective, and influence is a noun, so it's grammatically correct. But there might be right and wrong ways to use it. Can you give a sentence you want to use it in? – Peter Shor Dec 1 '18 at 1:41
  • The widespread influence of the company raised nationwide consciousness. – userash Dec 1 '18 at 3:10

Yes, widespread influence is a common phrase.

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