Definition of Broadwise

1. Adverb. In the direction of the breadth. "Cut the cloth breadthwise"

Exact synonyms: Breadthways, Breadthwise



Definition of Broadwise

1. adv. Breadthwise.

Definition of Broadwise

1. Adverb. (obsolete) Breadthwise. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Broadwise Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Broadwise

broadside
broadsided
broadsides
broadsiding
broadspectrum
broadspread
broadspreading
broadsword
broadswords
broadtail
broadtails
broadus
broadways
broadwing
broadwings
broadwise (current term)
broasted
brob
brobbed
brobbing
brobdingnagians
brobs
brocade
brocaded
brocadelike
brocades
brocading
brocadings
brocage
brocages

Literary usage of Broadwise

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1. Physical Realism: Being an Analytical Philosophy from the Physical Objects by Thomas Case (1888)
"The same optical evidence, which proves that we do not see remote distance endwise, proves that we do see the extended imprinted broadwise on the retina of ..."

2. A Manual of Naval Architecture for Use of Officers of the Royal Navy by Sir William Henry White (1900)
"that the wave-making features of a ship will operate more effectively "to make short waves if their displacement is disposed broadwise " rather than ..."

3. A Manual of Naval Architecture: For the Use of Officers of the Royal Navy by William Henry White (1882)
"... that the wave-making features of a ship will operate more " effectively to make short waves if their displacement is disposed " broadwise rather than ..."

4. The Naval Architect's and Shipbuilder's Pocket-book of Formulae, Rules, and by Clement Mackrow (1902)
"... it appears that the wave- making features of a ship will operate more effectively to make short waves if their displacement is disposed broadwise rather ..."

5. A Christmas Carol in Prose, Being a Ghost Story of Christmas. by Charles Dickens (1858)
"... got a hearse up that staircase, and taken it broadwise, with the splinter-bar towards the wall and the door towards the balustrades : and done it easy. ..."

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