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He was of medium height, but had very broad shoulders.
a broad shady path
With a broad sweep of his arm, he indicated the town below us.
The road passed through a broad expanse of flooded fields.
I meet a broad range of people in my job.
Our radio station plays a broad spectrum of popular music.
The party is now struggling to maintain a broad political base.
The new TV show has broad appeal.
Tropical diseases fall into two broad categories.
We need to define a broad strategy for future development.
We support the broad aims which underlie this Bill.
This chapter can only give a broad outline of the subject.
It’s conservative, in the broadest sense of the word.
You make too many broad generalizations about people.
There is now a broad consensus that the government was right about this.
a broad northern accent