1 Just leave it to me; I will broach the subject very cleverly--I will think of something that will please him very much.
2 Haley and the stranger smoked a while in silence, neither seeming willing to broach the test question of the interview.
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3 He saluted Rowena by doffing his velvet bonnet, garnished with a golden broach, representing St Michael trampling down the Prince of Evil.
4 It was when Uncle Henry was giving her an account of her property that he broached the matter of her permanent residence in Atlanta.
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5 She could imagine how Frank would moan when she broached such an idea to him.
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6 I waited a few moments, expecting he would go on with the subject first broached: but he seemed to have entered another train of reflection: his look denoted abstraction from me and my business.
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7 Besides which, the Musketeer, after having exchanged a hearty shake of the hand with him, broached the matter first.
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8 I could see that he had something on his mind which he wanted to say, but felt some hesitancy about broaching the subject.