[ broom-kawrn, broo m- ]
/ ˈbrumˌkɔrn, ˈbrʊm- /
any of several varieties of sorghum having a long, stiff-branched panicle used in the manufacture of brooms.
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British Dictionary definitions for broomcorn
/ (ˈbruːmˌkɔːn, ˈbrʊm-) /
a variety of sorghum, Sorghum vulgare technicum, the long stiff flower stalks of which have been used for making brooms
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