Brambled


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Bram´bled


a.1.Overgrown with brambles.
Forlorn she sits upon the brambled floor.
- T. Warton.
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In those days, when she was not nursing in Liverpool, she took me on long walks over the many brambled, dipping tracks that cut through the fields between Oxton, Noctorum, Prenton and Woodchurch.
There is no royal road to heaven but only the many roads large and small, the innumerable brambled paths and curving detours as well, a thousand steps and turns leading to education.
Short pants and your bare legs brambled and nettled in summer.