broomstick

[broom-stik, broom-]
noun
the long slender handle of a broom.

Origin:
1675–85; broom + stick1

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broomstick (ˈbruːmˌstɪk, ˈbrʊm-)
 
n
the long handle of a broom

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Example sentences
Somebody is going to touch you, with a broomstick, if you dont stop snivelling.
He propped himself up with a broomstick and said he bore no grudge because he believed it was an accident.
She starts her own parcel-delivery service, by broomstick, of course.
He always wanted to be a singer, so he'd walk around singing songs, using a broomstick as a guitar.
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