ground rose

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Noun1.ground rose - low-growing bristly shrub of southern Oregon and California with creeping rootstocks and usually corymbose flowers
rose, rosebush - any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
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I advanced over the grass, and observed here and there, where the ground rose a little, some moldering fragments of brickwork.
The ground rose in little mounds and ridges about the base of the bole, the tree tilted--in another moment it would be uprooted and fall.
On the other side the ground rose again, and we did not know what was beyond, but we thought that in this direction lay the kraal of Chaka.
At one point where the ground rose sharply, Evelyn M.
When David stood up to speak, one of those gathered shouted: "We wont' be able to see or hear him.' At that instant the ground rose until everyone can see or hear him.
The following year Liverpool manager Bill Shankly, always an admirer of Banks, personally escorted him around Anfield just before the start of the Reds' opening game against Stoke City, and the whole ground rose to this master goalkeeper.
Resident Nur Indah said: "The ground rose up like a spine and suddenly fell.
The ground rose as one to applaud members of Lambie's family before kickOFFWITHDAUGHTERJANETCALLING the stand "a wonderful legacy".
As the game was waltzing to a close, Blues in the ground rose as one to applaud and cheer Guardiola and his team.
She could still hear his whisper cut through the darkness of the night before the ground rose up and her head hit the pavement and everything faded to black.
Since the 1980s, the ground rose about five feet in just a couple of years.
Before the Queen arrived the wives, girlfriends and other relatives of the men on the parade ground rose as one to observe a minute's silence for the victims of the fire.