Definitions

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  • adv. In a bushy manner.

Etymologies

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bushy +‎ -ly

Examples

  • "Morning, Albert, " said a bushily whiskered man, smiling at Harry.

    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

  • “Morning, Albert,” said a bushily whiskered man, smiling at Harry.

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  • The bit of level grass in front was only fifty feet wide, and perhaps about the same from the house to the brim of the sea – bank, which dropped bushily down some forty feet to the sand and the flat shore – rocks and the ocean.

    Kangaroo

  • The Master of the Darnwell Rose, bulky, with gold sleeve rings, bushily bearded, went below with Unwin to more beer in his cabin, and sent up a fearsomely tough-looking second in command to unbutton to me about Trox.

    Second Wind

  • For die record, Franklyn was the squat, bushily bearded one who looked like everyone's conception of what an anarchist should be, and Libstein was the one who looked like a prosperous family doctor.

    The Lunatic Fringe

  • As originally interpreted she had short light hair, standing out bushily all over her head.

    Aria da Capo

  • Mrs. Kukor, who had been waiting all the while in the hall, and could stand it no longer, now came rocking in, her olive face picked out with dimples, it was working so hard, and all her crinkly hair standing bushily up.

    The Rich Little Poor Boy

  • Black hair and eyebrows grew bushily from his dull-white Frewin skin.

    Mary Olivier: a Life

  • He paced upon a yellow flooring that was unrolled before him from a mighty roll; and there were slaves that swarmed on all sides of him, supporting upon gold pans and platters the masses of hair that spread bushily before and behind, and to the right and left of him.

    The Shaving of Shagpat; an Arabian entertainment — Volume 4

  • Grace Cafe near the Sibu Civic Centre - noted particularly for its means beard and the name is derived from the fact that the guy running the Muslim stall at that cafe is bushily bearded.

    WordPress.com News

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