broadcast

Part of speech: verb

To scatter widely.

Part of speech: adjective

Scattered abroad, as seed.

Part of speech: adverb

A casting or scattering of seed, etc., over the ground.

Share it on:

Usage examples "broadcast":

  1. Life is a combat; soldiers under the command of Mithra, invincible heroes of the faith, must ceaselessly oppose the undertakings of the infernal powers which sow corruption broadcast. - "The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism", Franz Cumont.
  2. " There's no great secret, though we don't broadcast the facts for people and races not ready for them. - "Victory", Lester del Rey.
  3. Rumors at once began to be spread broadcast over the country that the sugar interests had manipulated the Senate. - "The United States Since The Civil War", Charles Ramsdell Lingley.