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bush·y

 (bo͝osh′ē)
adj. bush·i·er, bush·i·est
1. Consisting of or covered with bushes: bushy plants; a bushy area.
2. Thick and shaggy: a bushy head of hair.

bush′i·ly adv.
bush′i·ness n.

bushy

(ˈbʊʃɪ)
adj, bushier or bushiest
1. (Horticulture) covered or overgrown with bushes
2. thick and shaggy: bushy eyebrows.
ˈbushily adv
ˈbushiness n

bushy

(ˈbʊʃɪ) or

bushie

n, pl bushies
1. a person who lives in the bush
2. an unsophisticated uncouth person
3. a member of a bush fire brigade

bush•y

(ˈbʊʃ i)

adj. bush•i•er, bush•i•est.
1. resembling a bush; thick and shaggy: bushy whiskers.
2. full of or overgrown with bushes.
[1350–1400]
bush′i•ly, adv.
bush′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bushy - used of hair; thick and poorly groomed; "bushy locks"; "a shaggy beard"
ungroomed - not neat and smart in appearance; "he was wrinkled and ungroomed, with a two-day beard"; "ungroomed hair"
2.bushy - resembling a bush in being thickly branched and spreading
branchy - having many branches; "a branchy tree trunk"

bushy

Translations
مُدغل، كَثيفُ الحاجِبَيْن
huňatýhustý
busket
loîinn
sık ve gür

bushy

[ˈbʊʃɪ] ADJ (bushier (compar) (bushiest (superl))) [plant] → parecido a un arbusto; [ground] → lleno de arbustos; [hair] → espeso, tupido; [beard, eyebrows] → poblado

bushy

[ˈbʊʃi ˈbʊʃi] adj
[eyebrows] → broussailleux/euse, touffu(e); [tail] → touffu(e)
[plant] → épais(se)

bushy

adj (+er)buschig

bushy

[ˈbʊʃɪ] adj (plant, tail, beard) → folto/a; (eyebrows) → irsuto/a

bush

(buʃ) noun
1. a growing thing between a tree and a plant in size. a rose bush.
2. (in Australia, Africa etc) wild uncultivated country.
ˈbushy adjective
thick and spreading. bushy eyebrows; a bushy tail.
References in classic literature ?
Thus talking hand in hand alone they pass'd On to thir blissful Bower; it was a place Chos'n by the sovran Planter, when he fram'd All things to mans delightful use; the roofe Of thickest covert was inwoven shade Laurel and Mirtle, and what higher grew Of firm and fragrant leaf; on either side ACANTHUS, and each odorous bushie shrub Fenc'd up the verdant wall; each beauteous flour, IRIS all hues, Roses, and Gessamin Rear'd high thir flourisht heads between, and wrought Mosaic; underfoot the Violet, Crocus, and Hyacinth with rich inlay Broiderd the ground, more colour'd then with stone Of costliest Emblem: other Creature here Beast, Bird, Insect, or Worm durst enter none; Such was thir awe of man.
Among the big catches was Davie Parker from Wallsend with 15 trout to lures and Stu Younger from Blyth with 10 on Buzzers and Bushies.
But the Bushies squandered the opportunity for dialogue by naming Iran as a part of the axis of evil.
The Bushies came to this view after the attacks on the Indian embassy in Kabul.
Personnel is policy," conservatives groaned as Reaganites were shunned for Bushies or neocons.
Theory 2: The Bushies in the civil rights office did do their job.
After what the Bushies visited on the world, you would expect them to lie low out of shame and for fear of reprisals.
Which is why itAEs disappointing to see our prophet of change who promised a revolution at home and around the world is walking, eyes wide shut, into the trap set by the Bushies.
Which is why it's disappointing to see our prophet of change who promised a revolution at home and around the world is walking, eyes wide shut, into the trap set by the Bushies.
Much better than Wing to poke the Bushies into doing the fight thing and explaining to people like you that they're not as bad as they seem.
The (potential) saving grace is that unless the Bushies find a loophole in the laughably named USA PATRIOT ACT that allows him to extend his term in office, he will ride back to Texas in January 2009.
And now the Bushies have ordered California and other U.