I should think some of them might lead less frequently to bramble and morass.
They make vinegar also of bramble berries, but this is not so good as the former.
He will be a very good companion for bramble, and they will get on well together.
The esquine partly resembles a creeper and partly a bramble.
Among the ancients it was called "the bramble of Mt. Ida," because it was abundant upon that mountain.
The sloe-thorn, and the furze, and the bramble choked up the rails.
In doing so the foot of one of their horses caught in a bramble.
Of thorns men do not gather figs, nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes.
The bramble meanwhile had been ordered in to look for anchorage, and found it under the lee of the largest island in 25 fathoms.
We looked anxiously around us, but no motion could be observed in the bramble.
(1.) Hebrew _atad_, Judg. 9:14; rendered "thorn," Ps. 58:9. The LXX. and Vulgate render by rhamnus, a thorny shrub common in Palestine, resembling the hawthorn. (2.) Hebrew _hoah_, Isa. 34:13 (R.V. "thistles"); "thickets" in 1 Sam. 13:6; "thistles" in 2 Kings 14:9, 2 Chr. 25:18, Job 31:40; "thorns" in 2 Chr. 33:11, Cant. 2:2, Hos. 9:6. The word may be regarded as denoting the common thistle, of which there are many species which encumber the corn-fields of Palestine. (See THORNS.)