Definitions

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  • adj. Overgrown with brambles.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Overgrown with brambles.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Overgrown with brambles.

Etymologies

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bramble +‎ -ed

Examples

  • The ground fell away before us to a tiny stream, then rose to brambled banks.

    Poppies and Ghosts « A Fly in Amber

  • Near Bungay we turn off into the winding lanes of an estate, pass the hall and slip into the old wood, pulling in the truck down a brambled, grassy concrete road the Americans constructed during the war.

    Wildwood

  • A few words, and the Creole nature could influence the lives of the two beings about to walk together through the brambled paths and the dusty high-roads of Parisian society, for Natalie believed in her mother blindly.

    A Marriage Contract

  • It looked so sad, compared with what it used to be, so desolate and brambled up and ruinous, that I scarcely should have known it, except for the gray pedestal of the prostrate dial we used to moralise about.

    Springhaven

  • For their crane had been left in a brambled hole, and they very soon rigged it out again.

    Mary Anerley

  • If one could make a gas-phase condensate, one would have a less brambled system against which to test one's own physical intuition.

    Eric A. Cornell - Autobiography

  • Never mind, I will probably only be spreading a bit of weed-suppressant bark and getting a quote for getting the back of the garden de-brambled and dug and levelled and turfed, so I shan't myself be going to any unusual exertions.

    Spring has sprung!

  • Too late to worry about that now, thought Dale, and swung the Toyota off the dead-end road into the snowy and brambled yard of the abandoned farmhouse.

    A Winter Haunting

  • They were coming the long way round past the brambled wall and he heard Marcella's mothering talk, her crooning seriousness.

    Cal

  • The brambled area behind the building was littered with broken glass and refuse that had overflowed the garbage cans.

    Half of Paradise

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