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broadhead

[ brawd-hed ]

noun

  1. a flat, triangular, steel arrowhead with sharp edges.
  2. an arrow having such an arrowhead.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of broadhead1

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Example Sentences

Guttormson bought land half way between Orfordville and Broadhead.

Broadhead saw him clench his teeth together and by a mighty effort regain his self-control.

"Very good," said Broadhead, who knew his superior too well to question him as to what had occurred.

They buried the brigade with the dead "Lambs" around the foot of the staff, and Broadhead left the flag flying above them.

This appears from Butler's report; and compare Broadhead documents, Vol.

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