Definition of Broadsided

1. Verb. (past of broadside) ¹



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Definition of Broadsided

1. broadside [v] - See also: broadside

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broadsided

broadness
broadnesses
broadnosed
broadpiece
broadpieces
broads
broadscale
broadseal
broadsealed
broadsealing
broadseam
broadseams
broadsheet
broadsheets
broadside
broadsided (current term)
broadsides
broadsiding
broadspectrum
broadspread
broadspreading
broadsword
broadswords
broadtail
broadtails
broadus
broadways
broadwing
broadwings
broadwise

Literary usage of Broadsided

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1. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1874)
"... who cheered her as she came out, sailed right up to the Russian batteries and broadsided them ; then wore round and broadsided them on the other tack. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1877)
"... and the prevailing colour is pink It is a thick, broadsided fellow, as if originally intended for one of the bream tribe. The resemblance to the bream, ..."

3. Journal of Social Science by American Social Science Association, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Frederick Stanley Root, Isaac Franklin Russell (1901)
"They represented two entirely different views, two entirely different traditions, and, as if they were battleships, they bombarded and broadsided one ..."

4. Papers and Proceedings of the Surgeon General's Conference on Agricultural edited by Melvin L. Myers (1994)
"... were seriously injured when a farm labor contractor's truck was broadsided by a van, and the truck carrying the farmworkers rolled over repeatedly. ..."

5. A Boy in the Peninsular War: The Services, Adventures and Experiences of by Robert Blakeney (1899)
"When we had silently broadsided each other for some time, the privateer, seeing our vessel full of troops and moreover double her size, dared not hazard an ..."

6. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1834)
"... se sta troppo leso ;" and, to use another image, even the British oak of Mr. MyN ton's constitution, broadsided as it had been for a series of years by ..."

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