noun rab·bit·brush \ˈra-bət-ˌbrəsh\

Definition of rabbitbrush

  1. :  any of various shrubby composite plants (genera Chrysothamnus, Ericameria, and Lorandersonia) of western North America that have narrow leaves and clusters of small, typically yellow flowers, and that are tolerant of dry, poor, alkaline soils

Circa 1890

First Known Use of rabbitbrush

circa 1890

Variants of rabbitbrush

or less commonly

rabbit brush


rabbit bush

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