Synonym: expansive, large, roomy, wide. Antonym: narrow. Similar words: broadcast, at home and abroad, road, on the road, railroad, take the road, brown, load. Meaning: [brɔːd] n. slang term for a woman. adj. 1. having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other 2. broad in scope or content 3. not detailed or specific 4. lacking subtlety; obvious 5. being at a peak or culminating point 6. very large in expanse or scope 7. (of speech) heavily and noticeably regional 8. showing or characterized by broad-mindedness.
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1, Households accumulate wealth across a broad spectrum of assets.
2, My headlights shone over a broad ditch of water.
3, He speaks in his broad accent.
4, The broad plains of the American West.
5, She grows her own broad beans.
6, They robbed the bank in broad daylight.
7, We saw the broad ocean.
8, It's as broad as it is long.
9, His shoulders were broad and his waist narrow.
10, She wore a broad belt about her waist.
11, Two broad types of approach can be identified.
12, The river's broad mudflats were thought completely impassable.
13, Amy had a big/broad smile on her face.
14, We went along a broad passage.
15, We walked down a broad avenue lined with trees.
16, He is tall, broad and muscular.
17, He has a broad forehead.
18, He was robbed in broad daylight.
19, It is important to have a broad educational background.
20, He questioned whether the school curriculum was broad enough in scope.
21, He gave a broad hint that he was on the verge of leaving.
22, The mind, sharp but not broad, sticks at every point but does not move.
23, A broad avenue of lime trees led up to a grand entrance with huge oak doors.
24, A broad valley opened up leading to a high,(http://sentencedict.com/broad.html) flat plateau of cultivated land.
25, The committee put forward broad recommendations for the improvement of safety at sports grounds.
26, He gave a broad hint that he was thinking of retiring.
27, He used his broad executive powers to nullify decisions by local governments.
28, Before dealing with specific cases, she spoke on the broad topic of "discipline".
29, There is a consensus among teachers that children should have a broad understanding of the world.
30, He was surprised to see how carefully she had manicured her broad hands.
More similar words: broadcast, at home and abroad, road, on the road, railroad, take the road, brown, load, brother, broker, bronze, eyebrow, throat, a load of, approach.