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hob·ble·bush

 (hŏb′əl-bo͝osh′)
n.
A deciduous shrub (Viburnum alnifolium or V. lantanoides) of eastern North America, having flat clusters of white flowers with the marginal flowers larger than the others.
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hobblebush

(ˈhɒbəlˌbʊʃ)
n
(Plants) US a sprawling North American woodland shrub (Viburnum alnifolium) with roots that develop on the ground from its branches, producing clusters of white flowers in spring
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hob•ble•bush

(ˈhɒb əlˌbʊʃ)

n.
a NE North American viburnum, Viburnum alnifolium, with clusters of small white flowers.
[1810–20]
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