Definition of Broomstick. Meaning of Broomstick. Synonyms of Broomstick

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Definition of Broomstick

Broomstick
Broomstick Broom"stick`, n. A stick used as a handle of a broom.

Meaning of Broomstick from wikipedia

- Play media A broom (also known in some forms as a broomstick) is a cleaning tool consisting of usually stiff fibers (often made of materials such as plastic...
- A Broomstick is the stick of a broom. Broomstick or Broomsticks may also refer to: Broomstick (horse), a racehorse Broom, Broomstick or Brush, a type of...
- that the expression may derive from an actual custom of jumping over a "broomstick" (where "broom" refers to the plant common broom rather than the household...
- Bed****s and Broomsticks is a 1971 American musical fantasy film directed by Robert Stevenson and produced by Bill Walsh for Walt Disney Productions....
- Broomstick lace, also known as jiffy lace and pea**** eye crochet, is a historic crochet technique from the 19th century which is done using a crochet...
- of the witch "flying" astride the broomstick of a besom may derive from traditions concerning the use of broomsticks or other staves by women to apply...
- Broomstick (1901–1931) was a Thoroughbred race horse whose most important win was in the 1904 Travers Stakes. After retirement, he became one of the great...
- Dívka na koštěti, or The Girl on the Broomstick, is a 1972 Czechoslovak fantasy-comedy film directed by Václav Vorlíček. It tells a story of a teenage...
- Billy the Wizard: Rocket Broomstick Racing is a racing and platform game by developer and publisher Data Design Interactive. It was originally released...
- skirt A Ballerina skirt is a mid-calf full skirt po****r in the 1950s. Broomstick skirt A light-weight ankle-length skirt with many crumpled pleats formed...
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