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- simple past tense and past participle of
broomed (not comparable)
- Carrying or using a broom.
- 1944, Emily Carr, The House of All Sorts, "Gertie," 
- Gertie was circling us joyously. Her glad free yelps brought the cousins rushing from their house, one lady furnished with a broom, the other with a duster. One dashed to the pansy-bed waving the duster protectively. ¶ The other broomed, militant, at the end of the delphinium row.
- 1952, Dylan Thomas, "In Country Sleep" in Collected Poems, 1934-1952, London: J.M. Dent & Sons, p. 162,
- From the broomed witch's spume you are shielded by fern
- And flower of country sleep and the greenwood keep.
- 1944, Emily Carr, The House of All Sorts, "Gertie,"