bramble bush


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Noun1.bramble bush - any prickly shrub of the genus Rubus bearing edible aggregate fruits
genus Rubus, Rubus - large genus of brambles bearing berries
bush lawyer, lawyer bush, lawyerbush, Rubus australis, Rubus cissoides - stout-stemmed trailing shrub of New Zealand that scrambles over other growth
Rubus saxatilis, stone bramble - European trailing bramble with red berrylike fruits
blackberry bush, blackberry - bramble with sweet edible black or dark purple berries that usually do not separate from the receptacle
raspberry, raspberry bush - woody brambles bearing usually red but sometimes black or yellow fruits that separate from the receptacle when ripe and are rounder and smaller than blackberries
bramble - any of various rough thorny shrubs or vines
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The last time I saw Kane I was pulling him out of a bramble bush on a freezing cold night and he was still grinning.
He said he first noticed his sister's compassion when he went over the handlebars of his bike into a bramble bush and the only way she could think of to make him feel better was by doing the same thing herself.
And it's all because of an unlikely six iron played from under a bramble bush - a shot so outrageous there's still a plaque there to commemorate it.
A teenager saved from death by a bramble bush as he fell 40ft down a cliff is looking forward to the Christmas he thought he would never see.
With his bramble bush hair and panda eyes, Robert Smith looks scarier than ever.
He returned home through a neighbour's back garden, passed along a darkened lane and through a bramble bush so nobody would see him.
He only stopped himself from falling a further 60ft to certain death by grabbing hold of a bramble bush and a rock.
One day Wendy finds a fairy stuck in a bramble bush and,being a kind sheep, she frees it.
The puppy was found snared in a bramble bush by a walker last Thursday.
Rich in vitamin A,C, E and potassium, blackberries have long been used as a remedy for stomach complaints and it was once thought that creeping under a bramble bush would guard against rheumatism and skin disorders.
I hated it so much I got all my friends to tread on it, and I dragged it over a bramble bush so that the lining ripped.
She described the bite as "only as severe as an argument with a bramble bush.