Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a broad front; having a wide forehead: as, “broad-fronted Cæsar,”

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Examples

  • This broad-fronted and hospitable house, built in 1730 by

    The Old Coast Road From Boston to Plymouth

  • Leaning over the rail, the visitor pointed through the leaves of a small gallito tree to a broad-fronted building almost opposite.

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  • Struck with fear at the sight, they climbed up into the tree, which was lofty; and thence they gazed to see what this might be: and behold, it was a Jinni4 of gigantic stature, broad-fronted and bulky, bearing on his head a chest.

    Introduction.

  • A woman like Hesper, uplifted and strong, broad-fronted and fearless, large-limbed, and full of latent life, was more of the ideal he could have written poetry about.

    Mary Marston

  • In _Antony and Cleopatra_, again, the heroine is made to describe him as "broad-fronted Cæsar"; and in _King Richard the

    The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Cæsar

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