broomstick broomstick  /b ˈrum ˌstɪk/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the handle of a broom

Usage(s):

  1. My mother--well, let's just say that when she comes to visit, the kids hide the broomstick and the big cooking pot.
  2. Rowling plans to spend Halloween at home in Scotland with her daughter Jessica, 7, who wants to dress as the broomstick-riding hero.
  3. Rowling plans to spend Halloween at home in Scotland with her daughter Jessica, 7, who wants to dress as the broomstick-riding hero.

News

  1. Column: USGA, R&A likely to prevail in putter squabble

    The Broomstick War might end before the first shot.
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Herald & Review

  2. LA deputies say man spears, kills family dog, cat

    Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies say a man made a spear from a broomstick and kitchen knife, killed the family dog and set it ablaze, then used the spear and an arrow to kill the family cat.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Channel 8 San Diego

  3. UPDATE: Castaic Man arrested for allegedly spearing his dog and cat

    A 23-year-old Castaic man who fashioned a spear out of a broomstick and knife killed his family’s dog and cat with the weapon, then lit the dog’s body on fire, sheriff’s officials said Thursday.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Signal

Quotes

  1. Sienna said: "My housemate Rhys bought me a broomstick because he thinks I'm a witch. It's a cute little white one. I love it!"
    on Oct 30, 2007 By: Sienna Miller Source: Monsters and Critics.com

  2. Grint, who stars as Ron Weasley in the movie, said: "You sit on a broomstick for hours and it starts to hurt. It gives you a numb bum."
    on Mar 19, 2008 By: Rupert Grint Source: MSN India

  3. Paul said: "The electric guitar was laughed at. They called me the character with the broomstick with pick-ups on it. It was terrible. Before we came along the guitar was an apologetic wimp - the weakest, most unimportant guy in the band. As soon as...
    on Aug 13, 2009 By: Les Paul Source: Times Online

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