Common misspellings for broom:

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Definition of broom:

Usage examples for broom

  1. Listening, I got a picture of an immense broom reaching out of the clouds and sweeping American ships off the ocean.  The Harbor by Ernest Poole
  2. " Thin he may stay here, but you shan't," said Bridget, and she made a sudden demonstration with the broom, of so threatening a character that Pietro hastily backed out of the house, and the door was instantly bolted in his face.  Phil the Fiddler by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  3. One day, as I rode through a broom- corn field on the back of a little donkey, my feet almost dragging on the ground, I was repeating some of these rhymes, when the driver running at my side said: " Ha, you know those children's songs, do you?"  The Chinese Boy and Girl by Isaac Taylor Headland