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bosket

(ˈbɒskɪt) or

bosquet

n
(Forestry) a clump of small trees or bushes; thicket
[C18: from French bosquet, from Italian boschetto, from bosco wood, forest; see bush1]

Bosk, Bosquet, Bosket, Boscage

 a grove or plantation of shrubs or trees, 1737.
Examples: bosk of flowers, 1878; of holly, 1833; of laurel, 1833; of shrubs, 1737; of trees, 1737; of wildernesses, 1847.
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