from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An adjustable clasp for holding bunches of broom-corn to a broom-handle.


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  • "Get out with you!" said Martha again, thrusting the broom-head right into his face, and nearly choking him with dust.

    Seven Little Australians Ethel Sybil Turner 1915

  • He made the outfit himself, making his helmet out of a bike helmet and a broom-head that was painted gold.

    The Guardian World News Alice Fisher 2009


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