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  • adj. Resembling a bush.


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  • Brazilian pepper, a bushlike member of the poison-ivy family, is another imported ornamental infesting the Everglades.

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  • Vegetation was scarce, with predominantly yellow bushlike growth scattered on the lower slopes of the hills.


  • An acre of tall, tree-like jojobas might contain fewer than 600 plants; an acre of small bushlike ones could hold perhaps 2,000 plants.

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  • In the vineyards of Palestine the vine is cultivated bushlike on the ground; but in gardens, the plant is occasionally trained erect, as in Europe and

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  • Through the curly mesquite he crawled, hiding behind the short bushlike clumps until he had chosen the next line of advance.

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