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See definition of broadways on Dictionary.com
  • as inshow business
  • as instage
  • as indrama

synonyms for broadways

  • entertainment industry
  • movie industry
  • show biz
  • Broadway
  • Hollywood
  • TV industry
  • footlights
  • motion picture industry
  • television industry
  • the boards
  • the bright lights
  • the footlights
  • the stage
  • the theater
  • theater
  • theater world
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How to use broadways in a sentence

They stand lengthways in twelve Ranges, broadways in twenty-eight.
CONSTANTINOPLEWILLIAM HOLDEN HUTTON
There are several other broadways in the upper part of the city.
HOT CORN: LIFE SCENES IN NEW YORK ILLUSTRATEDSOLON ROBINSON
He might as well be—hes forgotten, said Verba, unconsciously coining all Broadways epitaph for all Broadways tribe.
LOCAL COLORIRVIN S. COBB
The leaves enter broadways, for the blunt-toothed rollers are a little wider than the longest leaves.
THE AMERICAN EGYPTCHANNING ARNOLD
New broadways are being driven through the city, and up go palatial stores.
THE AMAZING ARGENTINEJOHN FOSTER FRASER
Except for a short glimpse a mile back, one cannot, from a train, see the bridge broadways on.
WAR'S BRIGHTER SIDEJULIAN RALPH.
From all the highways, byways, and broadways of the great subject, the reader never loses sight of Mr. Gladstone.
BYGONES WORTH REMEMBERING, VOL. 1 (OF 2)GEORGE JACOB HOLYOAKE
Inside the Chicago loop are several dozen Thirty-fourth streets and Broadways.
THE PERSONALITY OF AMERICAN CITIESEDWARD HUNGERFORD
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