from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A whisk-broom or clothes-brush made from broom-corn.
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Her stiff hair stands straight up in a broom-brush mohawk all the way down her spine, bracketed by her backless purple evening dress.
But by the time she returned with her sister and the parson, he was quite happy again, gazing up with dark eyes full of delight into the glowing broom-brush, and fighting the evening breeze with his feet, which were entangled in the folds of the yellow cloth, and with the battered toadstool which was still in his hand.
A thought, however, struck him suddenly, and he stepped down again, ran around to the box at the back of his buggy, opened it with a mysterious and smiling look at me, and took out a small broom-brush with which he instantly began brushing off my coat and trousers -- in the liveliest and most exuberant way.
A good broom-brush is the world's greatest civilizer.
Jan got up slowly, and took from its hiding-place inside the cottage something that looked like a broom-brush made of young twigs.