Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of broom.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of broom.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Harry Potter books: Who can resist the lure of Quidditch – I mean the notion of any sport played on airborne brooms is pretty cool.

    Games People Read About

  • A boy playing a harp; a man with an accordion and a terrible, patchy little animal; a woman selling straw brooms from a basket strapped to her back, making a giant fan behind her head; a colored man singing in a pink suit and black shoes with pink spats; and tired women who look like women Lillian would have known at home in Turov, smiling at the song, or the singer.

    Excerpt: Away by Amy Bloom

  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

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  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

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  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

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  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

    Like Our Man In Havana...

  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

    Like Our Man In Havana...

  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

    Like Our Man In Havana...

  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

    Like Our Man In Havana...

  • Buy on of those straw brooms from the vendors along the highway.

    Like Our Man In Havana...

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