Broach – Word of the Week July 27, 2016

Definition: (verb)  To bring up a subject for discussion or debate

 Usage Example:

She didn’t want to go to her husband’s family reunion, but so far, she hadn’t found a way to broach the subject with him.

Usage Notes:

Often used about awkward or difficult topics, when the speaker is nervous about the listener’s potential response.

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