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broad-based

[brawd-beyst] /ˈbrɔdˌbeɪst/
adjective
1.
involving participation or support by a broad spectrum of things or people:
The senator had a broad-based campaign.
Origin of broad-based
broad base + -ed3
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  • Thus stands government in Britain "broad-based upon the people's will."

    James Watt Andrew Carnegie
  • The pyramid, broad-based, yet heaven-pointed, is the firmest figure.

    Autumn Leaves

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  • Its magnificent flowers are sometimes six inches across, though not usually so large, and have the form of a broad-based cup.

  • The flame reached the wood, dipped as if to expire, took hold again, and finally burned up in a broad-based yellow triangle.

    Cleg Kelly, Arab of the City

    S. R. (Samuel Rutherford) Crockett
  • This aim is perfectly easy to a student of psychology, provided he has the will which springs from health and broad-based culture.

    John Brown Captain R. W. Campbell

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