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  • adj. comparative form of scrubby: more scrubby


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  • All trails faded as the land became drier and scrubbier, eventually turning into a great and vast ash-colored wasteland.

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  • The oak trees got scrubbier, and the ground cover faded from vivid green to pale brown.

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  • Up, up, he went, and the pines grew shorter and scrubbier.

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  • It’s only a few hours drive north of my town, but you can almost see the landscape changing, flatter and with scrubbier bushes, as you move closer and closer to the Sahara.

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  • Such a backfield would not send shivers up the spine of most fantasy managers—and indeed it didn’t concern Thind, who referred to the duo as “scrub and scrubbier.”

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