rosebush

noun
rose·​bush | \ ˈrōz-ˌbu̇sh \

Definition of rosebush

: a shrub that produces roses

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Her gut clenched every time a raindrop bounced off a rosebush leaf. Andrew Liptak, The Verge, "The geopolitics of the afterlife get messy in the new sci-fi spy novel Summerland," 17 June 2018 In the commotion, Rachel stepped behind a large rosebush and took her ectophone from her purse. Andrew Liptak, The Verge, "The geopolitics of the afterlife get messy in the new sci-fi spy novel Summerland," 17 June 2018 But murder a rosebush, and there’s no hiding your crime. New York Times, "How Hard Can It Be to Grow a Garden?," 25 May 2018 Woolf Leyton Roses harvests 5 million to 6 million rosebushes a year, which are sold to garden stores around the country. Sonja Haller, azcentral, "Ultimate Arizona bucket list: 15 things to do in Surprise," 16 Feb. 2015 Recover among the 8,000 rosebushes of the Princess Grace Rose Garden. Alexander Lobrano, Town & Country, "How to Plan the Perfect Trip to Monte Carlo," 5 June 2017 There are too many memories here — his dad planted the mango tree and rosebushes in front. Brittny Mejia, Joe Mozingo, www.latimes.com, "As gentrification closes in, immigrants in Lincoln Heights find their American dream slipping away," 3 Apr. 2018 Seniors often love spending time in their yards, so a rosebush, new plants, or a birdfeeder can bring joy. Marni Jameson, OrlandoSentinel.com, "7 gifts for homes with too much stuff," 28 Mar. 2018 Something for the yard: Seniors often love spending time in their yards, so a rosebush, new plants or a birdfeeder can bring joy. Contributing Writer, NOLA.com, "7 gifts for those whose homes have too much stuff," 26 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of rosebush

1563, in the meaning defined above

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rosebush

noun

English Language Learners Definition of rosebush

: a bush that produces roses

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