broomstick

[ broom-stik, broo m- ]
/ ˈbrumˌstɪk, ˈbrʊm- /

noun

the long slender handle of a broom.

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Origin of broomstick

First recorded in 1675–85; broom + stick1
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British Dictionary definitions for broomstick

broomstick
/ (ˈbruːmˌstɪk, ˈbrʊm-) /

noun

the long handle of a broom
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