Definition for A-BROACH'

A-BROACH', adv. [See Broach.]

Broached; letting out or yielding liquor, or in a posture for letting out; as, a cask is abroach. Figuratively used by Shakspeare for setting loose, or in a state of being diffused, "Set mischief abroach;" but this sense is unusual.

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