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- adj. comparative form of scrubby: more scrubby
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All trails faded as the land became drier and scrubbier, eventually turning into a great and vast ash-colored wasteland.
The oak trees got scrubbier, and the ground cover faded from vivid green to pale brown.
Up, up, he went, and the pines grew shorter and scrubbier.
It’s only a few hours drive north of my town, but you can almost see the landscape changing, flatter and with scrubbier bushes, as you move closer and closer to the Sahara.
Such a backfield would not send shivers up the spine of most fantasy managers—and indeed it didn’t concern Thind, who referred to the duo as “scrub and scrubbier.”
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