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brambly

[bram-blee] /ˈbræm bli/
adjective, bramblier, brambliest.
1.
having or resembling brambles.
Origin of brambly
1575-1585
1575-85; bramble + -y1
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  • Bobby was on the floor listening, ears and eyes, brambly muzzle and feathered tail alert.

    Greyfriars Bobby Eleanor Atkinson
  • Where a few years ago were acres of woodland, swamps or brambly pastures, are now well-graded streets lined with pleasant houses.

  • Old Olifant's Swamp was a rough, brambly tract of second-growth woods, with a marshy pond and a stream through the middle.

    Wild Animals I Have Known Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Bo's white mustang dragged her through more than one brambly place.

  • brambly bushes grew along the trail showing that the ground was not entirely dry.

  • And crossing the gardens rapidly, he soon reached the outskirts of the brambly thicket.

  • Immediately flames leapt in great tongues from the brambly thicket beyond the reeds.

    Master Reynard Jane Fielding
  • I had just left the brambly path which cuts a bed of sand through the forest, laying bare its rusty bowels.

    Woman Magdeleine Marx

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