[broom-stik, broo m-]
- the long slender handle of a broom.
Origin of broomstick
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Examples from the Web for broomstick
Grab a broomstick, spray paint that gray, and attach it to the bouncy ball.Miley Cyrus, Walter White, Oprah: Your Pop Culture Halloween Costume Guide
October 21, 2013
Other punishments would follow: the occasional whipping with an electric cord, a beating with a broomstick.Handcuffs, Ropes, and an Open Window: How I Escaped an Unthinkable Childhood
January 29, 2012
Not an inappropriate night for the Chief Witch to fall off his broomstick and perish in a fierce firefight.Salman Rushdie: Pakistan's Deadly Game
May 2, 2011
The piece of broomstick or shovel-handle is cut 22 inches in length.
The body of this submarine is formed by a part of a broomstick or shovel-handle.
Nail this on a short piece of broomstick and square ends of hair with scissors.Taxidermy
Leon Luther Pray
Just jumped the broomstick and goes to living with somebody else I reckon.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma
I reckon they fancy I should mount the broomstick and fly through the chimney, if they did.One Snowy Night
Emily Sarah Holt
- the long handle of a broom
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