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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.

    Yellow Dirt

  • The brushier the cover is, the better: dense stands of softwoods, hardwood sapling thickets, tangled alder bottoms, even tall CRP fields.

    Make a Trail to Bring Buck Whitetails to You

  • As you can see, he worked in a looser, brushier style for this project. Illustrations of Charles Harper

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Aug 29, 2001

  • On the opposite wall, one sees the next episode in Smith's development, a brushier approach that yields only marginally less interesting results. stories

  • History’s leading candidate for “worst U.S. president ever” will soon be leaving the White House and shuffling off to brushier pastures.

    Sketchbook: Politics and Power


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