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Things broom often describes (“broom ________”)
corn, handle, sedge, straw, stick, handles, sticks, grass, making, disease, maker, plant, closet, makers, head, sage, flower, tops, flowers, seed, staff, brush, bush, girl, snakeweed, millet, factory, straws, seller, finish, twigs, closets, bushes, girls, brigade, cupboard, groves, tree, plants, riding, crowberry, dance, com, factories, holder, root, boy, drag, merchant, squires, stuff, shank, shrub, pole, jumping, beetle, besoms, shop, weed, holding, staffs, mustache, tea, gharri, tails, pods, holders, shape, wood, tail, sprig, sellers, heads, hockey, splint, manufacture, fungus, balancer, cod, machine, carriage, dragging, bristle

How broom often is described (“________ broom”)
new, old, yellow, scotch, small, little, spanish, stiff, handled, common, golden, big, long, white, witches', whisk, soft, ordinary, short, green, huge, wild, brush, wet, magic, clean, bamboo, worn, wide, giant, flat, hard, stable, dry, bristled, electric, heavy, dirty, tall, sweeping, homemade, broken, bristle, rotary, scented, coarse, sweet, gigantic, tiny, native, flowered, wooden, prickly, miniature, purple, proverbial, street, thick, rough, spiny, drunken, fashioned, made, leaf, damp, stubby, vigorous, reed, invisible, fiery, bright, mighty, longhandled, inverted, nice

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See broom used in context: 100 poetry verses, 3 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, 28 definitions

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