Broadspread

Broad´spread`


a.1.Widespread.
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Much mysticism is sown broadspread from its ritual mysteries till it extends into the very lives of its constituents and parishoners.
It has been marked by poverty that cannot be erased and exploitation ever more broadspread, two World Wars, pogroms and holocausts, genocide and "ethnic cleansing," emerging intolerance, family collapse and anomie.