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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English brodnes (also as brednysse), from Old English brādnes, brǣdnys (breadth, greatness, extent, surface; liberality), equivalent to broad +‎ -ness.

NounEdit

broadness (usually uncountable, plural broadnesses)

  1. The state, characteristic, or condition of being broad; breadth.

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