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Definition of "bushes" []

  • A dense woody plant, smaller than a tree, with many branches arising from the lower part of the stem; shrub (noun)
  • A dense cluster of such shrubs; thicket (noun)
  • Something resembling a bush, esp in density (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • An area of land on a farm on which timber is grown and cut (noun)
  • A forested area; woodland (noun)
  • A fox's tail; brush (noun)
  • A bunch of ivy hung as a vintner's sign in front of a tavern (noun)
  • Any tavern sign (noun)
  • Rough-and-ready (adjective)
  • Ignorant or stupid, esp as considered typical of unwesternized rustic life (adjective)
  • Unprofessional, unpolished, or second-rate (adjective)
  • To grow thick and bushy (verb)
  • To cover, decorate, support, etc, with bushes (verb)
  • Plural form of bush. (noun)

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Use "bushes" in a sentence
  • "And I sleep better at night, natV, knowing that your hidden camera in the bushes is always watching."
  • "Sniping from the bushes is allowed now in American politics, with no disclosure of who's pulling the trigger, how much ammo they have or where it came from."
  • "He said that once upon a time a man was walkin 'through the jungle -- that's what they call the bushes, you know, in India -- an' he met a great big tiger, which glared at him with its great eyes, and gave a tremendous roar, and sprang upon him."
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