Definition of Broadeners

1. broadener [n] - See also: broadener



Broadeners Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broadeners

broadcast stations
broadcastable
broadcasted
broadcaster
broadcasters
broadcasting
broadcasting company
broadcasting studio
broadcasts
broadcloth
broadcloths
broaden
broaden one's horizons
broadened
broadener
broadeners (current term)
broadening
broadenings
broadens
broader
broadest
broadest muscle of back
broadhead
broadheads
broadish
broadleaf
broadleafs
broadleaved
broadleaves
broadloom

Literary usage of Broadeners

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1. Christopher Columbus and how He Received and Imparted the Spirit of Discovery by Justin Winsor (1892)
"It added Erasmus to the broadeners of life. Ancient art was revivified in the discovery of its most significant remains. Modern art stood confessed in Da ..."

2. Progress and Prosperity: The Old World and Its Remaking Into the New--the by William DeHertburn Washington (1911)
"There are few better examples of the Iron Roads The Great as broadeners of opportunity and developers of Levelers. natural advantages, as creators and ..."

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