noun, plural broad·leaves [brawd-leevz] /ˈbrɔdˌlivz/.
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"Broadleaf," "deciduous," and "hardwood" trees are the same.The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties
Charles H. (Charles Henry) Snow
The Pennsylvania leaf is also classed as Seed and Broadleaf.Tobacco Leaves
W. A. Brennan
The two kinds of wood belong to needleleaf and broadleaf trees alike; but palms, owing to their manner of growth, have neither.
Broadleaf Willow (Salix amplifolia), known also as feltleaf willow, was discovered in Alaska in 1899.
A village about 10 kilometers southwest of Matas Romero; transition between scrub forest and broadleaf hardwood forest .