whisk broom

noun

Definition of whisk broom 

: a small broom with a short handle used especially for light cleaning or as a clothes brush

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The past two years they have been swept. James' toolbox probably included a whisk broom. Bill Livingston, cleveland.com, "LeBron James and the toolbox, the repertoire, the sweep: Bill Livingston (photos)," 7 May 2018

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First Known Use of whisk broom

1831, in the meaning defined above

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whisk broom

noun

English Language Learners Definition of whisk broom

: a small broom or brush with a short handle that you use especially to clean clothes

whisk broom

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Kids Definition of whisk broom

: a small broom with a short handle

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