Definition of drumstick in English:

drumstick

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Pronunciation: /ˈdrʌmstɪk
 
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noun

  • 1A stick, typically with a shaped or padded head, used for beating a drum.
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    • Michael started to drum his drumsticks against the table, bored.
    • Oskar, disgusted that the singing children are so undisciplined, pulls out his drumsticks and begins to drum.
    • His fingers are swollen; he cannot hold his drumsticks to drum, or his fountain pen to write.
  • 2The lower joint of the leg of a cooked chicken, turkey, or other fowl: a chicken drumstick
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    • Meat and fish stock soups, grilled jumbo prawns, barbecued chicken, lamb drumsticks and pork spare-ribs are winter specials served on rooftops.
    • There were chicken drumsticks, prawns, spare ribs and even lobster!
    • Lunch doesn't always have to be about sandwiches - soup with crackers, a chicken drumstick with a small baguette or a pancake rolled around a piece of farmer sausage are great alternatives.

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