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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.


nBuschigkeit f
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5M seed investment in May Mobility, a startup working on self-driving shuttles for college campuses, central bushiness districts and similar low-speed applications, Reuters reports, citing Jim Adler, managing director of Toyota AI Ventures.
So when the plant is decentsized, pinch off the tops of the stems to encourage bushiness.
They need watering in dry weather and it's best to pinch out the tips of seedlings to induce bushiness.
From the tongue-in-cheek "Natural Bears Classification System," which classifies bear bodies based on properties like the length and bushiness of one's beard (from B0 to B9), height, weight, and body hair (Donahue & Stoner, 1997), to the online Gay Cliques Census, which aggregated more than 15,000 survey responses to compute a mean body type for various gay subcultures (Hafertepen, n.
Her paintings from the 1970s through 1980s are known for their opaque quality and, when in color, for the bushiness of the buttery movements of the paint.
Tips should be pinched out when they are around 20cm (8in) tall to promote bushiness and stop the plants becoming top heavy.
Toray will continue the development on its own to maximize the potential of the drug in the hepatic disease area, where the company shows proven bushiness performance.
Pinch out strongest existing non-flowering shoots to encourage bushiness next year.
The 200-plus gathering also took part in a live electronic poll looking at what the main barriers were to bushiness in taking on young people.
There were also (probably) hundreds of hair-loss remedy adverts, promising to take men back to their former glory days of mane-headed bushiness.
The bushiness of this gardenia means that its roots are always shaded and cool.