Conservatives rightly think government should be limited in breadth and depth.
The breadth of the storm was vast: It affected an area almost as large as Great Britain.
This case speaks to the breadth of presidential power over recess appointments.
The reporting, the writing, the depth, the breadth – who could ever match this standard?
So to set the exhaustive proceedings on rotating stages deprives the story of the breadth of its message.
Pores irregular, roundish; twelve to sixteen on the radius of the phacoid shell, two to three on the breadth of each ring.
Though all that we see be but an inch in breadth and a foot or two in height, yet we do see.
The blade of the wheat-plant and barley is often four fingers in breadth.
No one knew whether the continent was one thousand or ten thousand miles in breadth.
Looking upon the length and breadth of all that had to be done, it seemed too hard for him.
1520s, alteration of brede "breadth," from Old English brædu "breadth, width, extent," from bræd; probably by analogy of long/length.