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- adj. comparative form of brushy: more brushy
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There was just one bad moment, in Teec Nos Pos, after we turned off a paved highway to travel three tracks, each one rockier and brushier than the one before, all the way to the foot of the Carrizo range.
The brushier the cover is, the better: dense stands of softwoods, hardwood sapling thickets, tangled alder bottoms, even tall CRP fields.
As you can see, he worked in a looser, brushier style for this project.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Once it would hit a brushier area, as of out there, it would build its velocity, build its heat, because these smaller sticks and trees represent kindling that add coals and fuels to a fire, that make it hotter and more dangerous.
On the opposite wall, one sees the next episode in Smith's development, a brushier approach that yields only marginally less interesting results.
History’s leading candidate for “worst U.S. president ever” will soon be leaving the White House and shuffling off to brushier pastures.