briary


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Adj.1.briary - having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.briary - having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc.; "a horse with a short bristly mane"; "bristly shrubs"; "burred fruits"; "setaceous whiskers"
armed - (used of plants and animals) furnished with bristles and thorns
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briery

also briary
adjective
Full of sharp needlelike protuberances:
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Alterations including change of roof covering and installation of six rooflights at Briary Cottage,Well Road, Moffat - granted.
Council-owned housing company WV Living has opened the doors to show homes at it's 'Sweet Briary' plot in Bilston.
The Woodland Trust which has formally objected to the outline planning application of three detached homes and garages on Briary Wood, Briary Way, Brackla, is now supporting a campaign started by local residents.
The outline planning application involves building three detached homes and garages on Briary Wood, Briary Way, Brackla.
A lovely, pinpoint balance of juicy, briary berries, pretty florals, and earth.
30 The Briary, Shotley Bridge, Consett, is for sale through Your Move Chris Stonock at PS179,950, tel: 01207 504119.
Concentrated and focused with rich, briary fruit flavors of cherry, plum, wild berry and boy-senberry; vibrant spice merges through the big tannins on a long complex, earthy finish.
Concentrated and focused with rich, briary fruit flavors of cherry, plum, wild berry and boysenberry; vibrant spice merges through the big tannins on a long complex, earthy finish.
01656 668967 JENKINS David Rhydwyn James Peacefully on Saturday Oct 19, 2013, after a long illness, David of Briary Way, Brackla, Bridgend; (former Treasurer of Nantyffyllon RFC) much loved husband of Cecelia (Ciss), devoted father of Lynne, Peter and Alun, loved and respected father-in-law of David, Christine and Susan, loving and proud Bampa of Andrew, Helen, Rhodri and Rhys and of his greatgrandchildren Natalie, Lucy and Alice, a dear brother, brother-in-law and uncle.
These words: a prayer, a briary sky punctures, frays.
The 76-year-old woman was hit by a burglar who forced his way into her house in Briary Croft, Hightown, last Tuesday, demanding cash.
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