Definition of Broadens

1. Verb. (third-person singular of broaden) ¹



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Definition of Broadens

1. broaden [v] - See also: broaden

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broadens

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

Literary usage of Broadens

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... public safety,— modern legislation constantly broadens its scope in dealing with this offense alike from a pecuniary, a sanitary and a moral standpoint. ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"which broadens towards its hinder end, extends back nearly parallel with the hinder part of the ilium, and is united with it by ossification posteriorly. ..."

3. The Immediate Causes of the Great War by Oliver Perry Chitwood (1918)
"... broadens HOPES of peace were now aroused. These, however, were soon dashed to the ground, for Germany, at this time, July 31, sent an ultimatum to ..."

4. Woodrow Wilson as President by Eugene Clyde Brooks (1916)
"... broadens THE MEANING OF THE MONROE DOCTRINE The revolution in Mexico was the most perplexing international problem that confronted the new ..."

5. Walks and Rides in the Country Round about Boston by Edwin Monroe Bacon (1897)
"As we ascend the hill the prospect broadens, and as the summit is approached becomes magnificent; but its full glory is only to be seen from the top of the ..."

6. Culture, Discipline and Democracy by Albert Duncan Yocum (1913)
"Specialization in Some Modern Language broadens Apperception, Is Helpful in the Majority of Vocations, and Desirable from the Standpoint of Avocation. ..."

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