The state, characteristic, or condition of being broad; breadth.
Origin of broadness
From Middle English brodnes, from Old English brÄdnes (“breadth, greatness, extent, surface; liberality"), equivalent to broad +"Ž -ness.
That the length and broadness of their tail feathers is similar to the Australian black cockatoos Calyptorhynchus.
But it is far more probable that they are the same in origin as the dark race south of them and the tall fair race north of them, and that the broadness of their skulls is simply due to their having been long domiciled in mountainous regions.
Swift he resembled in the occasional broadness of his humour, in his brilliantly successful use of sarcasm and irony, 2 and in his mastery of the hoax.
Carefully look at any emerald cut ring you consider for purchase because the broadness of the cut shows flaws more readily than other types of cuts.
The poison-fangs are "solenoglyphous," perforated, having a wide hole on the anterior side at the base, in connexion with the duct of the large, paired, poison-glands, the presence of which adds considerably to the characteristic broadness of the head.