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broomy

[broo-mee]
adjective, broom·i·er, broom·i·est.
  1. covered with or abounding in broom: a golden broomy expanse along the trail.
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Origin of broomy

First recorded in 1640–50; broom + -y1
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Historical Examples of broomy

  • Therefore, bathing our feet in beauty, we went bounding over the flowery fields and broomy braes to the grove-girdled Craig-Hall.

    Recreations of Christopher North, Volume I (of 2)

    John Wilson

  • No man of forty-five masquerade as a quarter of a century younger in this broomy, thymy air?

  • And from the door one can see the green fields and broomy knowes where Maisie and I had played so long.