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[brawd-sheet] /ˈbrɔdˌʃit/
Chiefly British. a newspaper printed on large paper, usually a respectable newspaper rather than a tabloid.
broadside (def 4). Unabridged
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  • The biweekly broadsheet focused mostly on patents and advice for inventors.
  • Here is some more detail on each of the bits of content contained in the daily broadsheet.
  • Still, the makeover marks a departure for the vapid broadsheet.
  • Their names, photos and party symbols occupied six pages of ballot papers the size of broadsheet newspapers.
  • Consider also the demise of the broadsheet in favor of news on a narrow screen.
  • Stories lived and died by how many inches a broadsheet had space for.
  • It will provide the same content as the home delivery broadsheet, but packaged in a new, compact format.
  • You're printing a tabloid and broadsheet for the same market.
  • The standard broadsheet newspaper is published every two weeks.
  • The four-page broadsheet ran blurbs about real estate transfers, births and deaths.
British Dictionary definitions for broadsheet


a newspaper having a large format, approximately 15 by 24 inches (38 by 61 centimetres) Compare tabloid
another word for broadside (sense 4)
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