the state or character of being broad:
the broadness of the ship; the broadness of his jokes.
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The, (used with a plural verb) a low-lying region in E England, in Norfolk and Suffolk: bogs and marshy lakes. of great breadth: The river was too broad to swim across. measured from side to side: The desk was three feet broad. of great extent; large: the broad expanse of ocean. widely diffused; open; full: […]
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