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How to use the word broad-brush in a Sentence?

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Davis came in facing a perfect storm of problems. Because of morale issues in the post-George Floyd time, many of the most experienced officers were retiring at a time when police were not only feeling underappreciated but in some way painted with a broad brush and vilified.

John Miller

Found on CNN
1 year ago

Contact tracing and sequencing will allow us to paint with a broad brush, but we won’t be able to track it down to each and every case, and at a given point, when you know it is here and spreading, why do we need to do that?

William Schaffner

Found on FOX News
2 years ago

I wish we weren't going down this road right now, we're now prone to too many generalizations here that paint people here with a broad brush that is inaccurate. And I think if we want to get back to a time where we can actually find common ground, we all got to kind of cool it a little bit.

Jim McGovern

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Her Twitter feed has painted Republicans with a broad brush, describing our national convention last year as three nights of quote-unquote 'racism, xenophobia, and outrageous lies,' how many of our colleagues in this room were there? Of course Ms. Gupta has in fact launched Twitter attacks on some of them directly. Will that kind of partisan political advocacy affect her legal advocacy in her role where she represents all Americans?

Chuck Grassley

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

Iwill not let someone like a Tlaib or aMaxine Waters paint our profession with a broad brush. Are you aware of what the other U.S.rep said asrecent as yesterday? You know what she said in response to Brooklyn Center? ... Get more confrontational, iwas the first chief in the nation thatcame out and denounced the murderous cop who killed George Floyd.

Detroit Police Chief James Craig

Found on FOX News
3 years ago

I don't think I've ever met John Ratcliffe and I certainly didn't associate John Ratcliffe name with this, what seems clear is that Matthew Levitt has made broad brush descriptions of Matthew Levitt role in this.

Matthew Levitt

Found on CNN
4 years ago

The danger is that regulators, legislators and policymakers will be confused. They might paint Libra and bitcoin with a broad brush.

Jerry Brito

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Kim Guadagno should be ashamed of herself for the way she’s politicizing the deaths of three children and painting a community with the broad brush of a murderer, a tactic she must have gleaned from President Trump, to say the least, these are not New Jersey’s values.

Phil Murphy

Found on FOX News
6 years ago

Broad brush allegations of voter fraud and illegal voting serve only to undermine the public’s trust and confidence in the elections process and run the risk of further deflating voter participation.

Election Officials Dean Logan

Found on FOX News
7 years ago

The market was getting painted with a pretty broad brush and we took the opportunity to buy strategically.

Scott Goginsky

Found on Reuters
8 years ago

There have been efforts before to have states call for a constitutional convention. And with regard to certain issues, states have come fairly close, but, given the divided times which we face, and given the broad brush of these amendments, I think it’s unlikely to garner the kind of support that would be necessary actually to reach that two-thirds benchmark.

Robert Schapiro

Found on FOX News
8 years ago

I think Hillary Clinton is equally as guilty, anyone who paints with a broad brush in those insulting terms is as guilty asDonaldTrump. It is ridiculousfor Hillary Clinton to say that the Republican Party is waging a war on women.

Carly Fiorina

Found on FOX News
8 years ago

I want to be careful we don't paint with a broad brush that somehow all our police are bad.

Rand Paul

Found on CNN
9 years ago

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