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Broadlands

noun
  1. a Palladian mansion near Romsey in Hampshire: formerly the home of Lord Palmerston and Lord Mountbatten
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Historical Examples of broadlands

  • That farm on the right is the Woodlands, and that just in front is the Broadlands.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice

  • This is better than any of the machines did at the Broadlands exhibition.

  • In Great Britain, despite their first success, the broadlands have left little trace on the existing population.

    Modern Geography

    Marion I. Newbigin

  • I went there from Broadlands, where I left the Viscount full of vigour and hilarity, and overflowing with diplomatic swagger.

  • Whats the matter with taking a run over to Broadlands and finding out more about it?