While the Roma may be quick, she only has two Class-Two forward mounts and two on each broadside .
This illustration appeared on an 1835 broadside illustrating John Greenleaf Whittier's poem, ‘My countrymen in Chains.’
The ram was standing broadside at about 125 yards.
He was standing broadside at what I would estimate to be the second-closest shot I have ever made in the field, about 35 yards.
Lining up your shot while not giving your foe a chance at your broadside is a challenge, and having the biggest ship doesn't always ensure victory.
To do this they would have to come up alongside our ships leaving them exposed to a broadside from English cannons on our ships.
As the waiting travellers watched in frozen horror, it slewed crazily to one side as it carried on towards them, wrecking the parapets and heading broadside for the station.
Because warships mounted almost all their guns on the broadside , and were vulnerable to fire from ahead or astern, actions were usually fought in line ahead.
her car was hit broadside by another vehicle
If they must, they could turn the wagons broadside to the wind and use them for cover, and their felted tents and sleeping sacks would keep them from freezing to death.