thicketed

thicketed

(ˈθɪkɪtɪd)
adj
(Physical Geography) covered with thickets, dense brush, or undergrowth
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Quail whistled to their young from the thicketed hillside behind the house.
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Della Valle says, "There are long and regular queues of thicketed trees inside the gardens and outside them in the street, which their harmony is unique.
Yet a little gilding is unavoidable: Vanitas, Rough offers up page after page of complex, inventive poems thicketed with vivid words and lucid turns of phrase.
When racing through the narrow, thicketed roads at the Team O'Neil Rally School, the last thing most drivers expect to see blocking the path is a baby's car seat.
Thicketed with colored bulbs, its chipped paintwork and slight dilapidation conveys the aura of slightly seedy seaside entertainment.
Killdeer and red-winged blackbirds thrive along the densely thicketed edges of lakes and small ponds where beaver busily harvest trees to build lodges and dams.
The poem opens with the real-time thoughts of a fugitive slave on the move: "Runs fails rises stumbles on from darkness into darkness / and the darkness thicketed with shapes of terror / and the hunters pursuing and the hounds pursuing" (ll.
Kennedy, her rictal grimace, inky eyes, and thicketed eyebrows summoning, eight times over--melancholics repeat, obsessively--a dolor that also pervades the four self-portraits of Jack punctuating the paintings of Jackie.
But now it was December, unseasonably warm, and all that was left was a low thicketed blanket of brambles and the endless fingering of the dense, straight trees.
I park the car and clamber down a thicketed slope to a broad, grassy, moonlit terrace, which I share with a few frightened cows.