Examples of bushy in a Sentence
an animal with a bushy tail
Recent Examples of bushy from the Web
Dada tenderly plaits Hussainia’s bushy hair into neat cornrows.
By the end, Mr. Barrymore’s beard hangs on his chest like a great bushy bib.
Bud Clark, Portland's bushy-bearded, tavern-owning, bike-loving mayor, helped codify Portland's image as zanily idiosyncratic.
Lightly trimming back a plant, such as a coleus, hibiscus or impatiens, every now and then will keep it more compact and bushy.
Be it his stoned, ice grill piercing through the lens or the way his bushy and thick eyebrows said everything his huge pupils tried to conceal.
On July 27, 1967, readers of The Star were introduced to recent arrivals from Haight-Ashbury — bushy-haired Bob Ellison, 21, and wife Noelle, 18, who wore tinted glasses.
Snip off the main branch above the leaf stock to stimulate bushy versus stringy growth.
As the Yankees were finishing batting practice before their game Friday night against the Houston Astros, General Manager Brian Cashman sought out a familiar face — well, mostly familiar, except for the bushy beard now sported by Brian McCann.
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First Known Use of bushy
BUSHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bushy for English Language Learners
: very thick and full
of a plant : having a lot of branches and leaves
BUSHY Defined for Kids
Definition of bushy for Students
1 : being thick and spreading a bushy beard a bushy tail
2 : overgrown with bushes a bushy yard
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