broadside[ brawd-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF broadside
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROADSIDE
I should care nothing for her and her broadside if the schooner was not here.'
Besides, by breaking the circuit I can take off the influence when I am firing my own broadside.
He fired his first broadside before his lodger entered the barn.
Sharp, shrewd, able and all that, but rough and hard as the broadside of a white-oak plank.
The mate's gun was never fired, nor was the broadside from below.
He sheered off, then turned with a rush, broadside on, with his sail up.
Eventually I got him out of that broadside position away from us and to the boat.
Not a three-decker of the Channel fleet was readier for a broadside than herself.
We shall send them all three to the bottom at the first broadside.
The answer to the broadside was a cry of "Vive la Republique!"
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