characterized by sweeping comprehensiveness with little attention to details:
a broad-brush approach to reform.
lacking full detail or information; incomplete or rough: anything other than a broadbrush strategy for the industry will be overloaded with detail
to transmit (programs) from a radio or television station. to speak, perform, sponsor, or present on a radio or television program: The president will broadcast his message on all stations tonight. to cast or scatter abroad over an area, as seed in sowing. to spread widely; disseminate: She broadcast the good news all over town. […]
to become or make broad. Contemporary Examples The Most Annoying Myth in Politics Jamelle Bouie February 23, 2014 Mitt Romney in a Squeaker in Iowa’s GOP Caucuses Howard Kurtz January 3, 2012 Disrupt Al Qaeda’s Core Bruce Riedel February 3, 2010 Spy Agency Fiasco Joseph Finder August 17, 2009 Rick Perry’s Domino Effect Jill Lawrence […]
to become or make broad. Contemporary Examples The Sins of St. Reagan Noah Kristula-Green June 14, 2012 ‘The Comeback’ Finale: Give Lisa Kudrow All of the Awards Kevin Fallon December 28, 2014 The Dutch Debate Doctor-Assisted Suicide For Depression Nadette De Visser February 2, 2014 Don’t Accuse Israel of Apartheid Benjamin Pogrund July 16, 2014 […]
to become or make broad. Contemporary Examples How LEGO Conquered Hollywood 65 Years After Its Debut Kevin Fallon April 23, 2014 Disrupt Al Qaeda’s Core Bruce Riedel February 3, 2010 The Republican Tolerance Gap Peter Beinart October 9, 2011 The Income Tax’s Limits David Frum December 17, 2012 Does Wal-Mart Make You Skinny? Radley Balko […]