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Broad arrow   /brɔd ˈæroʊ/   Listen
Broad arrow

noun
1.
An arrowhead mark identifying British government property.
2.
A mark shaped like an arrowhead; used to mark convicts' clothing.
3.
An arrow with a wide barbed head.






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"Broad arrow" Quotes from Famous Books



... to bask in the sun and warm themselves. I saw near a dead log eight coiled together, and I killed them all. The juice of the sugar maples began to run. I cut notches in the bark in the shape of a broad arrow, bored a hole at the point, inserted a short spout of bark, and on sunny mornings the juice flowed in a regular stream, clear and sparkling; on cloudy days it ...
— The Book of the Bush • George Dunderdale



Words linked to "Broad arrow" :   mark, arrow, marker, marking



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