Broomcorn meaning

bro͝om'kôrn', bro͝om'-
A variety of sorghum having a stiff, erect, much-branched flower cluster, the stalks of which are used to make brooms.
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A cultivated variety of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor), the panicles of which are used in making brooms and brushes.
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A variety of grass of the species Sorghum vulgare.
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Origin of broomcorn

  • From its use as bristles for brooms
    From Wiktionary