brushy

1 [bruhsh-ee]
adjective, brushier, brushiest.
resembling a brush, especially in roughness or shagginess.

Origin:
1680–90; brush1 + -y1

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brushy

2 [bruhsh-ee]
adjective, brushier, brushiest.
covered or overgrown with brush or brushwood.

Origin:
1650–60; brush2 + -y1

brushiness, noun
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brushy1
 
adj , brushier, brushiest
like a brush; thick and furry

brushy2 (ˈbrʌʃɪ)
 
adj , brushier, brushiest
covered or overgrown with brush

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Example sentences
That's because goats prefer and thrive on coarse, brushy vegetation cattle
  won't eat.
The fourth drive began, the big one, with hundreds of beaters moving down
  brushy hillsides toward a valley.
Snowshoe hares are forest-dwellers that prefer the thick cover of brushy
  undergrowth.
Rabbit populations require dense, brushy habitat to thrive.
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