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I'm in a back-and-forth discussion on how to correctly use "broadly-gauged."

  • Current example: John Crackow is a broadly-gauged business strategist.

My take on this: Broadly-gauged is incorrect and the correct usage it should be:

  • John Crackow is a broad-gauged business strategist.


Can someone back me up on this?

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