Synonyms for Broad:


across-the-board (adjective)
all (adjective)
all-round (adjective)
artless (adjective)
downright, unaffected, naive, Unartful, unrestrained, straightforward, unsophisticated, ingenuous, outgoing, frank, overt, artless, uncalculating, plain, undeceiving, callow, undeceptive, sincere, open, direct, trusting, Plain-spoken, honest, natural, Unbeguiling, genuine, undisguised, undeceitful, un-artificial, candid, blunt.
eclectic (adjective)
extended (adjective)
liberal-minded (adjective)
experienced, progressive, open-minded, cultivated, unbiased.
obscene (adjective)
size (adjective)
great, expansive, voluminous, bulky, magnificent, amplitudinous, portly, sizable, dimensional, wide, corpulent, measurable, chunky, extensive, high, long, big, large.
thick (adjective)
expansive, bulky, wide, thick.
wide-ranging (adjective)
wide physically (adjective)
extensive, deep, thick, expansive, voluminous, extended, outspread, widespread, large.


across, fine, attenuated, cultured, cultivated, elongated, filmy, experienced, paper thin, cosmopolitan, hairline. broad-minded, attitude, virago, progressive, witch, chick, battleax, open-minded, harridan, arm candy, dame, bird, princess, frump. filthy, ribald, brittle, gummy, smutty, foul, dirty, scatologic, MONA LISA, humourless, scurrilous, decent, mirthless, raunchy, nasty, scatological, broadly, bawdy, lewd, cheesy, Fescennine, humorless, lazy. get at, mince (your) words, parry, skirt, obliqueness, evade, hedge, imply, convey, intimate. a woman (noun)
chick, dame, skirt.
indelicate (noun)
lewd, smutty, off-color, dirty, suggestive.
tolerant (noun)
open-minded, progressive, unbiased.

Other synonyms:

bawdy, qualified, binding, global, cheesy, inclusive, patent, obvious, scatological, broadly, ribald. agreed, open-minded, dirty, unmistakable, smutty, scurrilous. nasty. foul. clear. extensive

Usage examples for broad

  1. The three persons named came down the broad street, talking eagerly together, but in low tones. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  2. " But-" Susan paused and threw a quick glance toward the broad back of the man at the end of the room. – Dawn by Eleanor H. Porter
  3. It's broad enough for that. – For the Sake of the School by Angela Brazil