noun, plural broa·dus·es. Coastal South Carolina and Georgia.
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Contemporary Examples of broadus
“Currently Texas received about one of every 17 federal dollars that go to Medicaid,” Broadus said.What Is Rick Perry Thinking by Rejecting Obamacare Help?
July 10, 2012
Historical Examples of broadus
During the war Dr. Broadus was a chaplain in the Confederate armies.Kentucky in American Letters, v. 1 of 2
John Wilson Townsend
The men carried Jabine to the nearest mining camp, whence others went to bring in the body of Broadus.Bears I Have Met--and Others
We cannot see any very sufficient reason for the work of Dr. Broadus.
See Broadus' commentary on Matthew 19:1, and compare note 10 at end of Harmony.
For a careful outline of this matchless discourse see Broadus on Matthew.