from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a similar texture to a fox's tail; bushy.
- adj. Having thick vegetation, larger than grass but smaller than trees.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Resembling a brush; shaggy; rough.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling a brush; full of brush; rough; shaggy; long-haired.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with or consisting of bushes or thickets
Under clear skies, crappies retreat from piercing UV light in brushy cover near channel drops.
Don't forget to take along a plug knocker to retrieve crankbaits that hang up in brushy cover.
Then keep the wind in your favor as you use fringe covers, such as brushy fence-lines, to keep hidden while you sneak and peek.
M. Auriol's letter is beautifully clear, readable and original; "brushy" in its technique, yet suitable for rapid writing.
The isle of Rotte has not so lofty and mountainous an appearance as Timor, though it is agreeably diversified by hill and valley: On the north side, there are many sandy beaches, near which grew some trees of the fan-palm, but the far greater part was covered with a kind of brushy wood, that was without leaves.
I hunt in some pretty rough terrain covering brushy timbered out lots with Honeysuckle thickets and rocky hillsides.
Q: hi i intend to purchase a shotgun this summer for the fall turkey season out here. the area is mostly brushy cover. i was wordering if a .410 is enough gun for the job. i know a 20guage will suffice i just wondered if a .410 will work thanks for your advice.
A weedy ditch, brushy draw, overgrown fencerow, saddle, or line of dark timber are all good bets.
Locate alfalfa, wheat, soybeans, acorns, or food plots with grassy or brushy bedding cover nearby.
Witnesses said a dog found a skull in a brushy area at Jones Point Park.