a connection in an HTML document to a URL that is not working properly, esp. because it goes to a Web page that is no longer available or which has moved to another server
When a broken link is selected in a Web document, an error message appears on the screen.
It was a sovereign with a hole in it and the broken link of a chain therein.
It half restored the broken link between man and the subject-forms of life.
He, Vesper Nimmo, almost a broken link in humanity's chain, would become once more a part in the glorious whole.
Will we be a strong link, or will we be a broken link, connecting the worthy past with the golden future?
She alone had power to soften his heart and cement anew the broken link.
His eyes accustomed to the darkness soon discovered the broken link of the chain, which he hid in his mattress.
Unless the broken link between the French and British could be restored the Germans had accomplished what they set out to do.
It must be commensurate with life, and not a broken link in the chain, for he that offendeth in one point is guilty of all.
A momentary, psychic fusing of an ancient, long since broken link.
"I can tell thee that mine are blunt for want of use," retorted a comrade, hammering busily at a broken link in his habergeon.