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Definition of: broadside

(brôdsīd′) noun
1. All the guns on one side of a man–of–war, or their simultaneous discharge.
2. Any sweeping attack; hence, a volley of abuse or denunciation.
3. Naut. A vessel's side above the water line.
4. A large sheet of paper, printed on one side: also broad′sheet′.
5. The broad, unbroken surface of anything.
6. The side of an animal between the ham and the shoulder, used as meat; specifically, a side of bacon.
7. A flood lamp: see BROAD (noun def. 3).
adverb With the broadside turned, presented, or exposed.

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broadside ballads
broadside ironclad
broadside ironclads
full broadside
broadside ballad
broadside guns
broadside electric
dunlap broadside
broadside magazine
broadside press
first broadside
heavier broadside
starboard broadside
broadside weight
broadside fire

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