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abroach

[ uh-brohch ]
/ əˈbroʊtʃ /
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adverb, adjective
opened or tapped so that the contents can flow out; broached:The cask was set abroach.
astir; in circulation.
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Origin of abroach

First recorded in 1350–1400, abroach is from the Middle English word abroche.See a-1, broach
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British Dictionary definitions for abroach

abroach
/ (əˈbrəʊtʃ) /

adjective
(postpositive) (of a cask, barrel, etc) tapped; broached

Word Origin for abroach

C14: from Old French abrochier from a- to + brochier to broach 1
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