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sagebrush

noun sage·brush \ˈsāj-ˌbrəsh\

: a small plant that has leaves with a strong smell and that grows in dry areas of the western U.S.

Full Definition of SAGEBRUSH

:  any of several North American hoary composite subshrubs (genus Artemisia); especially :  one (A. tridentata) having a bitter juice and an odor resembling sage and often covering vast tracts of alkaline plains in the western United States

First Known Use of SAGEBRUSH

1850

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