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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A dialectal form of besom.

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Examples

  • Essentially he began following anywhere between 200 and 1,000 people every single day, wrote up to 50 posts a day, and using a site called buzzom. com, ruthlessly culled anyone who did not follow him back.

    Me And My 39,000 Friends

  • “Perhaps the lady of his choice is Miss Matilda Griffin!” and she flung out of the room, slamming the door, and leaving Miss Matilda to bust into tears, as was her reglar custom, and pour her loves and woas into the buzzom of Miss Kicksey.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • I s'pose it's bein deprived of my babby, an exiled from home, an so my vacant buzzom craves to be filled.

    Lost in the Fog

  • He clapped his hat on his head fiercely, and thus relieved his "buzzom."

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 3, February, 1851

  • Still, as rage, like steam, must escape somewhere, Mr. Stirn, on feeling -- as he afterwards expressed it to his wife -- that his "buzzom was a burstin," turned with the natural instinct of self-preservation to the safety-valve provided for the explosion; and the vapors within him rushed into vent upon Lenny

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 3, February, 1851

  • When a man gits into trubble, these sub editurs go fur him right strait, and they force their curosity away down into his heart strings, and bore into his buzzom with an augur as hard and as cold as chilld iron.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume III. (of X.)

  • "She looks honest; I guess I hain't done no harm to tell her about our buzzom pin," said the old woman to herself as Polly disappeared.

    Five Little Peppers Abroad

  • "I can take any friend of Mr. Fleet's to my buzzom at once," said Bill, speaking figuratively, but Christine instinctively shrank nearer Dennis.

    Barriers Burned Away

  • I should like to fix up a bit and put on a clean buzzom.

    Our American Cousin

  • Still, as rage, like steam, must escape somewhere, Mr. Stirn, on feeling -- as he afterwards expressed it to his wife -- that his "buzzom was a burstin '," turned with the natural instinct of self-preservation to the safety-valve provided for the explosion; and the vapours within him rushed into vent upon Lenny

    My Novel — Complete

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