Examples of bushy in a Sentence
an animal with a bushy tail
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The pendulum is no longer swinging from skinny to bushy.
Anchiornis had small bushy plumes covering its back and neck, unlike its straighter wing and tail feathers.
Some evergreens, such as dense, bushy cedars and thorny-leaved hollies, offer birds a twofer: berries as well as protection from weather and predators.
George Parros, the bushy-mustachioed Princeton man who spent almost a decade as an NHL enforcer, is now in charge of the league's player safety department.
Or at the beach sporting swim trunks (one pair of trunks has been carefully cut to allow for a bushy, long tail to wag).
Mr Pietrzak is a gruff old man with white hair and a fine, bushy moustache, a popular entertainer best known for a patriotic song that became an anthem for Solidarity in the 1980s.
These include poinsettias that hold their leaves and grow bushy without having to pinch stems.
Like a modern-day Mark Twain, with the bushy gray hair to match, John Ruskey is an environmental evangelist for the wonders of the Mississippi River.
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