broomsticks

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Get two stout sticks, each two feet long (broomsticks will do).

I do not know if, as you say, they ride on broomsticks; but I'll tell you this: My father was no fibber.

Not too much for a man standing on his own pins, but too much for a man on two broomsticks.

"Those things Siller calls creeturs—on broomsticks," returned Patty.

They think they're at the witches' Sabbath, but I don't see their broomsticks.

You started to tell me something they say about broomsticks.

Broomsticks, Bertram—but in their day there were no fleeter limbs in Rugby.

There are men with shanks like broomsticks—men who survived the agonies of freezing.

I don't doubt they have many a nice airing together on broomsticks.

I have been trying to remember what broomsticks reminded me of.