But behold, DiCaprio, whose volcanic growth of furze is surely proof that the vogue for beards needs to be trimmed back.
Brought it,” said Mike: “tucked it under a furze bush out on the common.
furze was set on fire by the ardent spirit, the bull of battle.
The sides of the old moat were overgrown with furze and brambles, and we stole into this cover as they approached.
The sloe-thorn, and the furze, and the bramble choked up the rails.
Trevena has written the books of furze and heather and granite and bracken, which outlast time on the hills of Dartmoor.
Now, they were all in the gap of the furze bushes, struggling in the shallow stream.
On a furze branch, which projects above the rest, a furze chat perches, with yellow blossom above and beneath him.
But I recoiled as I saw that I was standing on a barren common, covered with furze.
In the country a great deal of turf and furze is burnt, where there is proximity to the moors.
"evergreen shrub," Old English fyrs, of unknown origin, with no known connections.