- May refer to a bold manner of painting, or to a style of engraving in which the the engraved lines are thick and bold.
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broad´ness — broad «brd», adjective, adverb, noun. –adj. 1. large across; wide: »Many cars can go on that broad new highway. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under wide. (Cf. ↑wide) 2. having wide range; … Useful english dictionary
broad´ly — broad «brd», adjective, adverb, noun. –adj. 1. large across; wide: »Many cars can go on that broad new highway. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under wide. (Cf. ↑wide) 2. having wide range; … Useful english dictionary
broad — [brôd] adj. [ME brod < OE brad; akin to Ger breit] 1. of large extent from side to side; wide 2. having great extent or expanse; spacious [broad prairies] 3. extending all about; clear; open; full [broad daylight] 4. easy to understand; not… … English World dictionary
broad — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English brood, from Old English brād; akin to Old High German breit broad Date: before 12th century 1. a. having ample extent from side to side or between limits < broad shoulders > b. having a specified extension… … New Collegiate Dictionary
Broad Haven — Broad Haven, north Pembrokeshire, West Wales is a village in the south east corner of St Bride s Bay at the terminus of the B4341. ResortIt is a holiday resort with a large west facing Blue Flag beach offering safe bathing for families and good… … Wikipedia
broad-mindedly — adverb in a broad minded manner the authorities broad mindedly permitted the opening of a center for teenagers • Ant: ↑narrow mindedly • Derived from adjective: ↑broad minded * * * adverb see broad minded * * * broad … Useful english dictionary
broad-mindedly — adverb In a broad minded manner … Wiktionary
in broad daylight — adverb a) In ample natural illumination, during the daytime. A fireball hurtled across the southern Tucson sky in broad daylight Saturday morning. b) In a blatant and publicly visible manner. Its … Wiktionary
printmaking — /print may king/, n. the art or technique of making prints, esp. as practiced in engraving, etching, drypoint, woodcut or serigraphy. [1925 30; PRINT + MAKING] * * * Art form consisting of the production of images, usually on paper but… … Universalium
Old master print — The Three Crosses, etching by Rembrandt, 1653, State III of IV An old master print is a work of art produced by a printing process within the Western tradition (European or New World). A date of about 1830 is usually taken as marking the end of… … Wikipedia