Thesaurus / breadth
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The breadth of the sea at this point appeared to him to be about six miles.

What seems most wanted is breadth, free expansion all round to keep the soul healthy.

Borasdine and I were of equal height, and neither measured a hair's breadth less than six feet.

And I answered, "I see a book flying; the length thereof is twenty cubits, and the breadth thereof ten cubits."

The Bible StoryRev. Newton Marshall Hall

Within, the greater souls alone were calm, and a man's worth was set down to a hair's breadth.

The CrossingWinston Churchill

Pores regular, circular; eight to nine on the radius of the phacoid shell, two on the breadth of each chamber.

The part we crossed was about a mile from the confluence, and, as it was now flooded, it seemed upward of half a mile in breadth.

The city's length, according to his plan, must have been nearly exactly double its breadth—namely 800 yards by 400.

The length of this quadrangular chamber is ten feet, the breadth six feet, the height is more than six feet.

For his height and breadth of shoulder, Peter was now by no means heavy.

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