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Spell check of broadly

Correct spelling: broadly

Synonyms:
colossally, ignobly, chunkily, earthily, gracelessly, agreed, roughly, the sum total, hugely, generally, consensual, considerably, big-time, unbecomingly, glaringly, boorishly, crudely, commonly, massively, basely, extensively, offensively, corpulently, brittle, rankly, grossly, in general, vastly, vulgarly, expansively, qualified, mostly, monstrously, largely, slackly, in the main, gummy, thickly, rawly, outlandishly, inexact, voluminously, garishly, highly, idiomatically, by and large, staggeringly, contractual, wholesale, Mona Lisa, brutishly, loosely, magnificently, tastelessly, dimensionally, imprecise, renewable, colloquially, stupendously, all, whole, lazy, cheesy, astronomically, indelicately, unseemly, inelegantly, wrong, humourless, incorrect, tactlessly, much, crassly, more often than not, profanely, widely, revoltingly, broad, overall, approximately, broadly speaking, rudely, all-inclusive, altogether, approximate, inaccurate, monumentally, complete, coarsely, gaudily, lowly, utterly, unanimous, binding, greatly, enormously, mirthless, everything, humorless, all-or-nothing, tremendously, brazenly, barbarically, clumsily, questionable, repulsively, sizably.

Antonyms:
infinitesimally, minimally, just, hardly, little, nominally, invisibly, barely, narrowly, negligibly, scarcely, insignificantly, modestly, imperceptibly, slightly, microscopically, minutely, fractionally.

Examples of usage:

1) Mr. Spokesly smiled more broadly. - "Command", William McFee.

2) We are then able to look at the subject broadly and to classify kumascopes of different kinds. - "Hertzian Wave Wireless Telegraphy", John Ambrose Fleming.

3) In the moonlight the jack- o'- lantern was grinning broadly to greet them. - "The Green Forest Fairy Book", Loretta Ellen Brady.

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