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underbrush

underbrush

noun un·der·brush \ˈən-dər-ˌbrəsh\

: plants, bushes, and small trees growing under larger trees in a forest

Full Definition of UNDERBRUSH

1
:  shrubs, bushes, or small trees growing beneath large trees in a wood or forest :  brush
2
:  a tangled, obstructing, or impeding mass

Examples of UNDERBRUSH

  1. We made our way through the thick underbrush.

First Known Use of UNDERBRUSH

1775

Rhymes with UNDERBRUSH

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