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drumstickdrum‧stick /ˈdrʌmˌstɪk/ noun [countable]  1 DFFthe lower part of the leg of a chicken or other bird, cooked as food2 drumsticks.jpg APMa stick that you use to hit a drum
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drumstickThe Livesey grandchildren accepted her as an unprotesting and highly flexible playmate, occasionally using her forearms as drumsticks.From a distance the braces look to be giant bleached drumsticks of a creature long dead.A hot chicken take away counter offering freshly cooked drumsticks, thighs and whole cooked chickens was introduced at Merton.Cynthia could eat the drumstick, and he could not.No matter how hard he tried, he would never be able to eat the drumstick.The guy was standing knock-kneed in his front yard holding a quarter chicken by the end of the drumstick.Ruefully, Grimm took up the drumstick again and gnawed.
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