A thicket of small trees or shrubs; a coppice.(noun)
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Use "copse" in a sentence
"I mean at least on my left hand (upon which side they were), for in front where the brook ran out of the copse was a good stiff hedge of holly."
"In the copse was a hidden patch of bare earth, known only to Janie and several thousand people who were wont to use it in pairs at night."
"Beyond the copse was a row of huddled-up cottages."