verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of broach
OTHER WORDS FROM broachbroach·er, nounun·broached, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH broachbroach brooch
Words nearby broach
Example sentences from the Web for broach
Woven into the very fabric of its characters, Masters uses sex to broach bigger topics.What Porn Stars Find Sexy on TV: From ‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘Deadliest Catch’|Aurora Snow|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
CEO Mark Thompson for his advice on how she should broach the subject with Baquet and try to get his assent.Fired New York Times Editor Jill Abramson Blitzes the Media|Lloyd Grove|July 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Some of his supporters remain so passionate that the subject can be difficult to broach.In Greg Mortenson's Silence, His Neighbors Defend Him, or Vilify Him|Mike Giglio|June 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Now as always, Republicans need bipartisan cover to broach the subject of serious budget cutting.
But to broach the real state of the matter had been altogether too terrible for him.Kipps|H. G. Wells
There was no one else with whom I could have summoned resolution to broach that topic.When Life Was Young|C. A. Stephens
The boat did not capsize when she filled, neither did she broach to, her head was always direct for the shore.The Cruise of the 'Alerte'|E. F. Knight
Do you know”—she still hesitated to broach this subject with the man—“do you know where—Major Fayne has gone?The Haunting of Low Fennel|Sax Rohmer
A long conversation ensued before Miss Thorne could bring herself to broach the delicate subject.