The Language of Love, Lust, Sexand All the Many-Splendored Things in Between in Teenspeak - Jockspeak - Menglish - Slanglish - Spanglish Gaylese - Americanese - Britspeak - Ozslang - Funetic Populo-Vulgar Speech - T-Shirt & Net Shorthand Pompo-Verbosity & other Figurative Lingos
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(1) James Wolcott: ' I use broad as a moniker of respect for a woman who knows how to throw a mean right .'
(2) Charley Nichols (Walter Matthau) to Ann Atkinson (Glenda Jackson) in House Calls (1978): ' It's comforting with an old broad like you. I don't have to explain things all the time like who Ronald Colman is .'
(3) Macalinski (Karl Malden) paying The Countess/Veronica (Teri Garr) a double-edged compliment in The Sting II (1983): ' You're an awful good-looking broad .'
(4) Bob Weston (Tony Curtis) to psychologist Helen Gurley Brown (Natalie Wood) in Sex and the Single Girl (1964): ' She'd hit the ceiling if she thought you and me were sitting here alone. You know what she'd figure? She'd figure a broad as pretty as you as got to be on-the-make .'
(5) David Addison (Bruce Willis) to Maddy Hayes (Cybill Shepherd) in Moonlighting (1985): ' You're one cold icy broad. You have your nose so high in the air it's snowing on your brain .'
(6) The short megalomaniac Dr. Noah / Jimmy Bond (Woody Allen) in Casino Royale (1967): ' A world (...) where a man , no matter how short, can score-with a top broad .'
(7) Harry Brock (Broderick Crawford) about his mistress Billie Dawn (Judy Holliday) who, after some time with a tutor to ' smarten her up ' is now smart enough to leave him in Born Yesterday (1950): ' I love that broad. Do you think we could find someone to make her dumb again? ' He also says, on a philosophical tone: ' A broad is a broad! '
(8) Catchphrase: ' Have you ever been abroad? '
2. From the 1920-30s onward, a woman of dubious reputation , a loose or promiscuous woman . More rarely, a prostitute .
(1) Vaudevillian Hank (Bessie Love) and Eddie (Charles King) in The Broadway Melody (1929):-- Hank: ' We never had to get by on our legs before .'-- Eddie: ' Those guys ain't going to pay ten bucks to look at your face . This is Broadway .'-- Hank: ' Yeah, broadsway .'
(2) Matt Helm (Dean Martin) and Sheila Sommers (Janice Rule) in The Ambushers (1967): -- Matt: ' We have a long wait ahead of us, so let's get comfortable .'-- Sheila : ' How comfortable? '-- Matt: ' It's broad daylight! '-- Shaila: ' What's wrong with a broad in daylight? '
3. The ass or anus . See ass and anus for synonyms.
4. The passive or receptive partner in anal-intercourse . See sodomite for synonyms.
5. Short for broad-minded .
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|bring it up for a vote |
bring off by hand
bring oneself off
bring out (of the closet)
bring someone off
bring up by hand
bringing oneself off
British Standard Handful(s)
| broad house|
broad in the beam
| broaden someone's outlook|
broke her ankle
broke her knees
broken her teacup