noun, plural broa·dus·es. Coastal South Carolina and Georgia.
- broads, the,
- broadview heights,
Origin of broadus
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“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?|Matthew DeLuca|July 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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|Allen Kelly
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.
During the war Dr. Broadus was a chaplain in the Confederate armies.Kentucky in American Letters, v. 1 of 2|John Wilson Townsend
For a careful outline of this matchless discourse see Broadus on Matthew.