drumstick drumstick  /d ˈrəm stɪk/


  1. (n) the lower joint of the leg of a fowl
  2. (n) a stick used for playing a drum


  1. The bird If you are choosing between breast and drumstick, go for the white meat.
  2. One, near the door, featured a padded drumstick that bonged a brass gong in the occasional breeze.
  3. If you are choosing between breast and drumstick, go for the white meat.


  • Ugliest Dog: 'Experiment that went wrong'

    A beagle-bassett-boxer mix with an oversized head, humped back and drumstick legs was named the World's Ugliest Dog in Petaluma Friday.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Santa Rosa Press Democrat


  1. "The Nestle Drumstick brand has taken an all-time favorite classic - Nestle Drumstick -- and given it a small, but significant, twist with Nestle Drumstick Lil' Drums to appeal to frozen snacks fans of all ages," says John Harrison, Official...
    on Mar 18, 2010 By: John Harrison Source: PR Newswire (press release)

  2. "Think about a giant Tyrannosaurus rex drumstick rotting in the sand," Schweitzer said. "As it liquifies ...... the enzymes of decay and degradation drain away."
    on Apr 13, 2007 By: Mary Higby Schweitzer Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. "I call it my chicken drumstick," joked Nick, who was born in Melbourne, Australia, but now lives in Los Angeles, USA. "I'd be lost without it. When I get in the water I float because 80 per cent of my body is lungs and my drumstick acts as a...
    on Jul 1, 2009 By: Nick Vujicic Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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