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Broadway

noun Broad·way \ˈbrd-ˌwā, -ˈwā\

: a street in New York City where there are many theaters

Full Definition of BROADWAY

:  the New York commercial theater and amusement world; specifically :  playhouses located in the area between the Avenue of the Americas and Ninth Avenue and from W. 41st Street to W. 53d Street
Broadway adjective
Broad·way·ite \-ˌīt\ noun

Origin of BROADWAY

Broadway, street in New York City
First Known Use: 1835

Rhymes with BROADWAY

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