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  1. Broads

    • IPA[ˈbrɔːdz]
    • a network of shallow freshwater lakes, traversed by slow-moving rivers, in Norfolk and Suffolk. They were formed by the gradual natural flooding of medieval peat diggings.
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    • adj.
      having an ample distance from side to side; wide: a broad staircase
    • n.
      a woman: I get drunk, follow the pretty broads, and make a fool of myself

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    • adj.
      having a distance larger than usual from side to side; wide: a broad staircase
    • n.
      a woman: I get drunk, follow the pretty broads, and make a fool of myself

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    • n.
      a large flat edible green bean that is typically eaten without the pod.

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    • n.
      a large flat edible green bean that is typically eaten without the pod.

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    • n.
      a tradition or group within the Anglican Church favoring a liberal interpretation of doctrine.

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    • adj.
      lacking in detail and subtlety: a broad-brush measure of inflation
    • n.
      an approach characterized by a lack of detail or subtlety: it's obvious the Democrats and Republicans paint each other with a broad brush

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    • n.
      a point of sailing in which the wind blows over a boat's quarter, between the beam and the ... on a broad reach they are magnificent craft
    • v.
      sail on a broad reach.

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    • n.
      a point of sailing in which the wind blows over a boat's quarter, between the beam and the ... on a broad reach they are magnificent craft
    • v.
      sail on a broad reach.

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    • n.
      a tradition or group within the Anglican Church favouring a liberal interpretation of doctrine.

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