/ (ˈbrɔːdlənds) /

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

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How to use Broadlands in a sentence

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

  • Jerry related the outcome of their visit to the Broadlands carnival, telling of how they met Mr. Glassford.

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

  • Broadlands and its hereditary thousands would have been no mean match for the daughter of a country squire.

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  • Fancy a woman of my age racing a girl of her build and constitution seven miles to Broadlands!