- Chiefly British. a newspaper printed on large paper, usually a respectable newspaper rather than a tabloid.
- broadside(def 4).
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Examples from the Web for broadsheet
There is a canon of comic literature on Israel/Palestine that acutely captures the conflict as journalistically as any broadsheet.Diaspora's Splendor
August 30, 2012
When it comes to influence, conservatives have the broadsheet opinion war won.The Right-Wing Op-Ed Insurgency
Samuel P. Jacobs
August 1, 2009
Among the references to me, Wolff claims that Murdoch, in effect, won the London broadsheet price war, which he did not.The Rupert I Know
December 17, 2008
The man in the frieze coat was reading the broadsheet of August 31.War and Peace
We did send it to the Daily, and in that broadsheet we all of us read it two mornings after.
It may properly be termed a broadsheet, since the copy of the original in the British Museum measures 20-2/3 inches by 13.Caricature and Other Comic Art
Manasseh detected his quarry in the furthermost box, his face hidden behind a broadsheet.The King of Schnorrers
The broadsheet sellers would see to it afterwards with a "Dying confession."Romance
Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
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