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  • Central to the mountain range is a ridge running broadly west-south-west - east-north-east.
  • Irish dance can broadly be divided into social dance and performance dance.
  • Sometimes proper names are called simply names; but that term is often used more broadly.
  • Regions have authority in fields that can be broadly associated with their territory.
  • The technology is now broadly applied for a wide variety of government, research, and business needs.
  • More broadly, it is the state or quality of being aware of something.
  • More broadly, the term cohabitation can mean any number of people living together.
  • However, very broadly, artillery units are assigned in direct support or in general support.
  • At the same time, though, he was not broadly anti-religious.
  • There are many broadly similar games from all parts of England, to name only one country where they are found.
  • Some apparent differences are the result of more broadly drawn orders in the second.
  • Its surface composition is thought to be broadly similar to its composition as a whole.
  • The people there were given the task of taking over power in the municipality and were broadly divided into five groups.
  • Songs can be broadly divided into many different forms, depending on the criteria used.
  • These are efficiently used when reaching more broadly than a close reach.
  • Its members hold a variety of positions that could be broadly defined as being to the right of the opposition parties.
  • They may also more broadly limit supplies in markets where prices are low.
  • These terms are now applied more broadly to uses of water and wind power for purposes other than milling.
  • The term has also been applied more broadly to all the visual (non-literary, non-musical) arts.
  • It can be broadly divided into two categories: traditional and contemporary music.
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Meaning of broadly

  • adverb Without regard to specific details or exceptions
    he interprets the law broadly
  • adverb In a wide fashion
    he smiled broadly