scrubbily

scrubby

[skruhb-ee]
adjective, scrubbier, scrubbiest.
1.
low or stunted, as trees.
2.
consisting of or covered with scrub, stunted trees, etc.
3.
undersized or inferior, as animals.
4.
wretched; shabby.

Origin:
1745–55; scrub2 + -y1

scrubbily, adverb
scrubbiness, noun
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scrubby (ˈskrʌbɪ)
 
adj , -bier, -biest
1.  covered with or consisting of scrub
2.  (of trees or vegetation) stunted in growth
3.  informal (Brit) messy
 
'scrubbiness
 
n

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