what is difference between broadness and wideness
From Middle English brodnes (also as brednysse), from Old English brādnes, brǣdnys (“breadth, greatness, extent, surface; liberality”), equivalent to broad + -ness.
broadness (usually uncountable, plural broadnesses)
- The state, characteristic, or condition of being broad; breadth.
From Middle English widenes, widenesse, from Old English wīdnes, wīdness (“width, wideness”), equivalent to wide + -ness.
wideness (usually uncountable, plural widenesses)
- The state or quality of being wide.
- Large extent or expanse; breadth, broadness.
- desinews, dewiness