broaden[ brawd-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF broaden
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For Eleanore had been swift to use my success to broaden both our lives.
Their ideas will broaden by and by, when they are as old as I am.
Her brogue was apt to broaden when pleasure pulled down her dignity.
British liberty was once more "to broaden down from precedent to precedent."
It is Art that is going to civilize mankind; broaden his sympathies.
Then, like erl-king in the German legends, they broaden out to engulf their opponent.
As they build their industrial empires, they broaden and deepen their power.
Would that it could broaden and increase to a general deluge, and submerge the world!
Be interested in everything that will improve your mind and broaden your views.
In some way time appeared to broaden and leisure to grow more ample.