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Literary usage of Broadener
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Books, Culture and Character by Josephus Nelson Larned (1906)
"... is most powerfully an educator, cultivator, broadener of the minds of those who read it. It lifts them out of their petty personal surroundings, ..."
2. Office Administration by John William Schulze (1919)
"There are enough good books on practically every phase of business to fill a fairly large library. Travel is a good educator and broadener. ..."
3. Motor Days in England: A Record of a Journey Through Picturesque Southern by John M. Dillon (1908)
"Travel should be an education and broadener; if beneficial results from the journey are to be had of course the good and bad must be justly balanced. ..."
4. Biennial Report by Wisconsin Free Library Commission (1896)
"The true public journal diary of the world—which is actually a newspaper and not a gossip-paper, is most powerfully an educator, cultivator, broadener of ..."
5. When Knighthood was in Flower: Or, The Love Story of Charles Brandon and by Charles Major (1898)
"For the first time in her life she began to feel suffering; that great broadener, in fact, maker, of human character. Above all, there was an alarming sense ..."