Bushily

bushy

[boosh-ee]
adjective, bushier, bushiest.
1.
resembling a bush; thick and shaggy: bushy whiskers.
2.
full of or overgrown with bushes.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English busshi. See bush1, -y1

bushily, adverb
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bushy1 (ˈbʊʃɪ)
 
adj , bushier, bushiest
1.  covered or overgrown with bushes
2.  thick and shaggy: bushy eyebrows
 
'bushily1
 
adv
 
'bushiness1
 
n

bushy or bushie2 (ˈbʊʃɪ)
 
n , pl bushies
1.  a person who lives in the bush
2.  an unsophisticated uncouth person
3.  a member of a bush fire brigade
 
bushie or bushie2
 
n

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bushy
late 14c., "overgrown with bushes," from bush (n.) + -y (2). Of hair, etc., from 1610s.
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