Old gentlemen sat up in their beds and bawled for beef; children of tender years brandished a drumstick.
If you will wait like a good little girl, you shall have a drumstick.
Change the map into a steaming roast turkey by adding the lines to form the wing, the "drumstick," the garnishment and the plate.
Oh dear me, there is but a drumstick and a merrythought left.
One sees it all over the Basque country, and it is as often played on with the closed fists as with a drumstick.
Then a wing is carved off, and lastly a leg, which he polishes to the smoothness of a drumstick.
Rat-a-tat, rat′-a-tat′, n. sound of repeated knocks, as of a drumstick.
The drumstick seemed to have been predestined of all time to serve as a knocker.
Jeff looked at the two bites he had taken from his own drumstick.
"I have seen you," said Villa to Adam, who was gnawing on a drumstick.