Noun(1) an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet(2) a speech of violent denunciation(3) all of the armament that is fired from one side of a warship(4) the whole side of a vessel from stem to stern(5) the simultaneous firing of all the armament on one side of a warship
Verb(1) collide with the broad side of
Adjective(1) toward a full side
Adverb(1) with a side facing an object
(1) Mainly, his moral broadside is delivered against Australian refugee policy, which holds refugees in indeterminate detention, as if they had committed crimes against humanity.(2) We were southbound on a major interstate, completely oblivious to the fact that, within a matter of seconds, another vehicle nearly would broadside us.(3) As the waiting travellers watched in frozen horror, it slewed crazily to one side as it carried on towards them, wrecking the parapets and heading broadside for the station.(4) Of course, in theory, the game animal is standing broadside , giving the hunter plenty of time to size it properly, select the correct aiming point, and press the trigger.(5) Recently, President Bush's Federal Appeals Court Nominee, California's Supreme Court Justice Janice Brown, repeated the same broadside at her Senate hearing.(6) There was a free brochure, done in French fold, with a text pamphlet and, on the verso, a souvenir broadside printed in willow branches like those that appeared in a stretch of wallpaper marking the entrance to the show.(7) a broadside of Lee's farewell address(8) Because warships mounted almost all their guns on the broadside , and were vulnerable to fire from ahead or astern, actions were usually fought in line ahead.(9) Dali responded by printing a broadside , detailing his repudiation of the pavilion.(10) While the two ships were lying almost broadside to each other, gun crews of both sides kept blasting away.(11) Contemporary journalists described Reagan's address as an anti-Communist broadside , almost wholly ignoring the President's positive agenda of promoting human freedom.(12) Animals don't come off assembly lines, nor do they obligingly stand around broadside while the hunter finds a solid rest and manipulates the power ring.(13) The ram was standing broadside at about 125 yards.(14) A nice buck stepped out of the bush maybe 100 yards to my left and posed broadside , just like a picture in a magazine.(15) To do this they would have to come up alongside our ships leaving them exposed to a broadside from English cannons on our ships.(16) Lining up your shot while not giving your foe a chance at your broadside is a challenge, and having the biggest ship doesn't always ensure victory.