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adjective as in slight

noun as in beanpole

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If I were a witch, I told my daughter, I would have flown home on a broomstick — by myself.

On Monday, they gave out 105,000 flowers, she said, less than the 240,000 of two years ago but up from 12,000 last year, when they used broomsticks to hand them out because of social distancing.

A stick vacuum tends to bear a passing resemblance to a broomstick.

Stick vacuums get their name from the fact that they look a little like a broomstick.

Pause for a few seconds, then tuck up again, pass the broomstick back over your feet, and reverse the movement to the starting position.

Grab a broomstick, spray paint that gray, and attach it to the bouncy ball.

Other punishments would follow: the occasional whipping with an electric cord, a beating with a broomstick.

Not an inappropriate night for the Chief Witch to fall off his broomstick and perish in a fierce firefight.

With a bucket of water and a broomstick he beat out the fire, and went for a run to warm up.

The largest and the least dirty white pocket-handkerchief they could find was immediately fastened on to the end of a broomstick.

“And you wrote back asking whether it was true, or whether I had jumped over the broomstick,” retorted Lizzie, with a laugh.

But before the ghost could speak again, a gorgeous witch came prancing up, carrying a broomstick wound with red ribbons.

When a Sark-foot wife gets on her broomstick, the dames of Allonby are ready to mount.


On this page you'll find 109 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to broomstick, such as: angular, gangly, gaunt, rangy, scrawny, and slender.

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