Recent Examples of broomstick from the Web
Grab your Windsweeper 5000 broomstick and get ready to fly to St. Helens, Oregon this October, because the Cromwell clan from Halloweentown is reuniting.
This year, the Cromwell family will mount their broomsticks and make the trek out to Oregon for the event.
And when his grandfather was involved in one of his frequent backyard construction projects, Edgar would take a broomstick and hit rocks all over the yard.
Taylor often used commonplace objects, such as broomsticks, coffee cans and hula hoops, to construct his three-dimensional works.
Walk through the Diagon Alley exhibit in the Bernheim Gallery, explore a Muggle Museum, create magical crafts, fly on a broomstick, play Quidditch and enjoy sweet treats.
If the robot misjudges a rocket launcher as a broomstick and doesn't fire, the rocket launcher will blow it up.
Smith was accused of battering little Zymere with a broken broomstick and hanging him by his T-shirt from a hook on the bathroom door as Perkins watched—but did nothing to protect her son, authorities said.
In the streets of Havana, Yonder Alonso used to hit anything from beans to bottle caps with a broomstick for batting practice.
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First Known Use of broomstick
BROOMSTICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of broomstick for English Language Learners
: the handle of a broom
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