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bramble

noun bram·ble \ˈbram-bəl\

: a rough bush or vine that usually has sharp thorns on its branches

Full Definition of BRAMBLE

1
:  any of a genus (Rubus) of usually prickly shrubs of the rose family including the raspberries and blackberries; also :  the fruit of a bramble
2
:  a rough prickly shrub or vine
bram·bly \-b(ə-)lē\ adjective

Origin of BRAMBLE

Middle English brembel, from Old English brēmel; akin to Old English brōm broom
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Seed Plant Terms

aubergine, box, briar, composite, perpetual, pulse, trefoil

Rhymes with BRAMBLE

BRAMBLE Defined for Kids

bramble

noun bram·ble \ˈbram-bəl\

Definition of BRAMBLE for Kids

:  a rough prickly bush or vine —usually used in pl. <blackberry brambles>

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