Recent Examples of rosebush from the Web
The result, as fall approaches, is that our rosebushes are taller and the stems are skinnier and leggier.
Cement lions perch alongside clusters of overgrown rosebushes and beds of blackeyed Susans.
A tiny park, with two benches and some grass and rosebushes, has seemingly grown in front of the walls, providing a respite for visitors to one of the city’s busiest hospitals, around the corner, or the Public Health Ministry, across the road.
Recover among the 8,000 rosebushes of the Princess Grace Rose Garden.
The sky was gray, and overgrown grass pathways and thorny pink rosebushes smelled damp from the deluge of rain.
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First Known Use of rosebush
ROSEBUSH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rosebush for English Language Learners
: a bush that produces roses
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