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- adj. Covered in the shrub broom.
- adj. Of or pertaining to a broom, bushy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to broom; overgrowing with broom; resembling broom or a broom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or consisting of broom; bearing broom: as, a “broomy peak,”
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It gave him a surprised look — not to say a hearth – broomy kind of expression — which, my apprehensions whispered, might be fatal to us.
My littlest boy found a broomy kind of branch and most of the way back, swept the path.
Outward appearances are often very deceiving; but, when one cuts the top off a seedling and attempts to graft it, he may be amazed at the broomy growth that soon appears from the stock, should his graft fail to take.
I do not have any Persian trees with the typical broomy bunch, as is so often seen in the Japanese walnut, and its hybrids.
This form has some broomy, upright growth, like the first, but it is never bunched.
And o'er the broomy braes like a fairy would flee,
It gave him a surprised look - not to say a hearth-broomy kind of expression - which, my apprehensions whispered, might be fatal to us.
Night fell as we came to the broomy spaces of the links, and ere we had breasted the slope of the neck which separates Kirkcaple Bay from the cliffs it was as dark as an April evening with a full moon can be.
Then through the broomy bound with ease they pass,
` ` Ay, 'said his patron, ` ` but ye ken we maun hae turnips for the lang sheep, billie, and muckle hard wark to get them, baith wi the pleugh and the howe; and that wad sort ill wi' sitting on the broomy knowe, and cracking about Black Dwarfs, and siccan clavers, as was the gate lang syne, when the short sheep were in the fashion. ''