- v make broader
broaden the road
- v extend in scope or range or area
broaden your horizon
- v vary in order to spread risk or to expand
- v become broader
The road broadened
- He is also working to broaden his group's agenda.
- The loss of his moderating voice would embolden the hard-liners and hurt the partys efforts to broaden its base.
- The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, for instance, twice rejected efforts to broaden Lawrence.
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Telegraph.co.uk
Hillary Clinton, secretary of state, said unless Iran showed a change of heart attention would turn to "exploring how you broaden and deepen sanctions".
- Alex Rodriguez in Newsweek
Partnering with William Morris will enable me to broaden the scope of my career in creative and innovative ways,Rodriguez said in a statement in The Wall Street Journal. "I'm excited to see what we will be able to accomplish together, both...
- Nouri al-Maliki in USA Today
What is going on now is positive when the aim, contrary to what has been said, is to broaden the government's political base and not an attempt to undermine its ideology or to search for alternatives,al-Maliki told reporters in his first...