bushlike

bushlike

(ˈbʊʃlaɪk)
adj
resembling a bush
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As bushlike plants, they look lovely as a border and have a delightful fragrance.
Xerophytic bushlike vegetation (with xerophytic adaptations including tuber formation, fleshiness, and leaf-size reduction), found on limestone pavements and tsingy (the Malagasy word for heavily eroded karstic limestone formations), reaches heights of 3-6m; dominant elements are Dalbergia spp., Delonix spp., Euphorbia spp.
Researchers have created determinate varieties with stout stems and bushlike qualities, such as Better Bush and Bush Goliath, that can support themselves.
Swartland, the "blackland," is named for the indigenous dark, bushlike renosterveld vegetation that dots the tops of the sweeping hills characterizing this district (Figure 16.9).
At the end of the experimental period, the structure of the algal assemblages differed between urchin treatments and depth strata, with a larger cover of turf and bushlike algae where urchins were removed and at the shallow reef stratum.
Quaid's Bushlike Staton is a lonely and confused man facing the limits of his own view of the world.
Phylogenetic analysis of allele differences resulted in a bushlike tree that does not seem to contain any deep phylogenetic information.
Lest you think I am engaging in Bushlike equivocation, let me say that if I found myself, come November 2000, voting for the Texas governor, I would not be surprised.
The boulder-strewn area teemed with ancient sponges, bushlike bryozoans, and other animals that form colonies and anchor themselves permanently onto solid footings.
The brief domestic scenes of the dauntless Ryan and his patiently suffering wife, before he sets out uncomplainingly on another dangerous mission, are ridiculously flat, but "Clear and Present Danger" is considerably helped by the credible tangle of good intentions among those with whom the hero is contending -- including a Bushlike president.
The Mitla bean was highly variable; a few plants were bushlike in stature but most were rambling with semi-runners.
This action, disturbingly "Bushlike" in word and deed, fosters a sense of betrayal among many Clinton supporters.