broadside definition

  • noun:
    • along side it of a ship over the water-line.
    • All the weapons using one side of a warship.
    • The multiple release of the guns.
    • A forceful spoken attack, like in a speech or editorial.
    • a big sheet of report frequently imprinted using one side.
    • anything, particularly an advertisement or public notice, which imprinted on a broadside. Also known as broadsheet.
    • an easy, unbroken surface.
    • One part of a ship above the water line; most of the guns on one side of a warship; their simultaneous firing.
    • A forceful attack, be it written or spoken.
    • a big sheet of report, printed using one part and folded.
    • The printed words of a folk song or ballad; a broadsheet.
    • The side of a ship over the water-line.
    • most of the weapons using one side of a warship.
    • The multiple release of these firearms.
    • A forceful spoken assault, as with a speech or editorial.
    • a sizable sheet of paper usually imprinted on one side.
    • along side it of a ship above the water-line, from bow towards one-fourth.
    • A discharge of or from all of the weapons on one part of a ship, in addition.
    • anything, like an ad or public notice, that is printed on a broadside. Also referred to as broadsheet.
    • A volley of abuse or denunciation.
    • A broad, unbroken surface.
    • A sheet of report containing one huge page, or imprinted on a single side only; -- called also broadsheet.
    • the entire side of a ship over the water-line, through the bow to your quarter.
    • A simultaneous release of all firearms on one side of a vessel of war: because, to fire a broadside.
    • One side of a ship over the water line; most of the weapons using one part of a warship; their particular simultaneous shooting.
    • In general, any extensive assault with weapons of any kind directed against one point or object.
    • A forceful attack, be it written or talked.
    • A sheet imprinted on one part only, and without arrangement in columns; particularly, these types of a sheet containing some item of news, or an attack upon some individual, etc., and made for circulation.
    • A large sheet of paper, printed on one side and folded.
    • Any surface resembling the medial side of a ship in breadth, etc., as a house-front.
    • The printed words of a folk track or ballad; a broadsheet.
    • The side of a ship over the water-line, from bow towards the one-fourth.
    • the entire side of a vessel from stem to stern
    • A discharge of or from all of the firearms on a single part of a ship, as well.
    • the armament that's fired from a single part of a warship
    • A volley of abuse or denunciation.
    • a speech of violent denunciation
    • A sheet of paper containing one large page, or imprinted on a single part just; -- called also broadsheet.
    • an ad (usually printed on a typical page or in a leaflet) meant for broad distribution
    • your whole side of a ship above the water-line, through the bow into one-fourth.
    • A simultaneous discharge of all the firearms using one side of a vessel of war: as, to fire a broadside.
    • overall, any extensive attack with weapons of any sort directed against one-point or item.
    • the simultaneous shooting of the many armament on one part of a warship
    • A sheet imprinted on one part just, and without arrangement in articles; particularly, these types of a sheet containing some item of news, or an attack upon some person, etc., and made for distribution.
    • Any surface resembling the medial side of a ship in breadth, etc., as a house-front.
    • the entire part of a vessel from stem to stern
    • every one of the armament that's fired in one part of a warship
    • a speech of violent denunciation
    • an ad (usually printed on a typical page or perhaps in a leaflet) designed for wide distribution
    • the simultaneous shooting of all armament on a single part of a warship
  • adverb:
    • aided by the part considered certain point or object; sideways: The trend hit the canoe broadside and sank it.
    • Sideways; utilizing the part turned to the direction of some object.
    • With the part considered a given point or item; laterally: The revolution hit the canoe broadside and sank it.
    • Sideways; because of the side looked to the direction of some object.
    • with a side facing an object
    • with a side dealing with an object
  • verb-transitive:
    • To strike or collide with full on the medial side: lost control over the truck and broadsided the car.
    • To hit or collide with strong along side it: lost control of the truck and broadsided the car.
  • verb:
    • To collide with some thing sideways on
    • To collide with one thing sideways on
    • collide with the wide side of
    • collide because of the broad part of
  • others:
    • because of the broadside directed toward the purpose specified.
    • Pell-mell; unceremoniously: since, going or deliver broadside.
    • Using The broadside directed toward the purpose specified.
    • Pell-mell; unceremoniously: as, to go or deliver broadside.
  • adjective:
    • toward a complete part
    • toward the full side

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