broaden

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  • The project was later broadened to support any and all issues students may face.
  • In recent years, an effort has been made to further broaden the field.
  • She continued to broaden her knowledge and provide training for her daughter.
  • Another is that he tried to build up and broaden the company too fast.
  • The city council decided three times that the bridge should be broadened.
  • Within a few years, services broadened to include bay wing and ship assistance services.
  • Other international interest emerged that broadened to include service management and service science.
  • Soon this minor question broadened into an attack on the power of those at the centre.
  • The term has been broadened to include anyone who has an interest in a matter.
  • Now the light was broadening, making all things cold and gray as it came. Cited from A Thane of Wessex, by Charles W. Whistler
  • No claim broadening is allowed more than two years after the patent issues.
  • The concept was initially intended to broaden public relations outside of media relations.
  • So they miss the chance of broadening and developing their own lives. Cited from The Untroubled Mind, by Herbert J. Hall
  • There he remained for many years while also broadening his artistic fields.
  • This country was indeed working a change in him; he was broadening rapidly. Cited from The Winds of Chance, by Rex Beach
  • Having passed the rocks, they found the stream broadening out once more. Cited from Young Hunters of the Lake, by Ralph Bonehill
  • The street broadens at one point into an old market square.
  • I could feel my mind broadening with every step I took. Cited from Man With Two Left Feet, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • It is worth everything to live even for an hour with good and broadening lives. Cited from Religious Education in the Family, by Henry F. Cope
  • Over the next four decades, its mission was broadened beyond teacher training.
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Words starting with broaden

Meaning of broaden

  • verb Make broader
    broaden the road
  • verb Become broader
    The road broadened