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warminster broom

[ wawr-min-ster ]
/ ˈwɔrˌmɪn stər /
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noun
a European shrub, Cytisus praecox, of the legume family, having yellowish-white or yellow, pealike flowers.
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Origin of warminster broom

After Warminster, England
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