bitterbrush

noun
bit·ter·brush | \ ˈbi-tər-ˌbrəsh \

Definition of bitterbrush 

: a much-branched shrub (Purshia tridentata) of the rose family that grows in arid western North America, that has 3-lobed leaves and yellow flowers, and is valuable for forage

First Known Use of bitterbrush

1910, in the meaning defined above

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