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subshrub

noun sub·shrub \-ˌshrəb, especially Southern -ˌsrəb\

Definition of SUBSHRUB

:  a perennial plant having woody stems except for the terminal part of the new growth which is killed back annually; also :  a low shrub

First Known Use of SUBSHRUB

1851

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