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Ted Cavanaugh TED CAVANAUGH RUSH Also known as bulrush or cattail, this wetland reed has serious bona fides: It’s been used to shape chair backs and bottoms since the time of the pharaohs.
Yet this largely wordless series of tableaus tells a story of abandonment, and the baby in the bulrushes isn’t the only injured party.
Muskrat lodges—small mounds made from bulrush and cattail—dot the landscape.
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Origin and Etymology of bulrush
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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British Definition of bulrush
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