Related formsBroad·way·ite, noun
Examples from the Web for broadway
Pee-wee was also a family favorite, and we caught the show on Broadway.
I heard that at one point you were trying to put together a Batman musical on Broadway.
Only on Broadway could they write what they wanted and adventurously as they wished.
“It feels very gratifying having gotten here,” Condon says of his Broadway debut.
In addition to Carolines on Broadway, the panel was organized by NYWIFT and the New York Comedy Festival.
A shock came when they reached the corner of Broadway and Chambers Street.A Good Samaritan|Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
But when I got back into Broadway my resolution gained strength, and with it I wept over the folly of my thoughts.An Outcast|F. Colburn Adams
I thought I knew the Broadway by the lie of the roads that still met there.News from Nowhere|William Morris
We passed out through the arched doorway, and Broadway was before us.They Call Me Carpenter|Upton Sinclair
In Broadway parlance, Bohemia means newspaper and theatrical people.