Definition of broadness in English:

broadness

noun

  • See broad

    • ‘With no visible direction from above, the cast decide to amp up the volume and the broadness, but the results are more overbearing than energetic, more grotesque than funny.’
    • ‘Bill has an undeniable love for humanity, but the problem with this broadness is that it overlooks the details and he ends up hating a lot of actual people - and yeah, it's hatred.’
    • ‘Despite its broadness, there's a remarkable honesty to the show, likely because several monologues take place in her therapist's office.’
    • ‘Or try a strapless dress, which de-emphasizes the broadness of the back.’
    • ‘I think what you mostly gain getting education is this broadness that creeps into one's perspective of many things.’

Pronunciation

broadness

/ˈbrɔːdnəs/