bullrush


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  • noun

Synonyms for bullrush

tall marsh plant with cylindrical seed heads that explode when mature shedding large quantities of down

tall rush with soft erect or arching stems found in Eurasia, Australia, New Zealand, and common in North America

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The bullrush problem was flagged up to the Marton West Ward councillors - Chris and John Hobson - who liaised with nearby house builder Gentoo to obtain their assistance.
The company very kindly donated the use of a JCB digger and driver for a day to mechanically recover the excess bullrush and re-profile the pond," said Bob.
A couple of The Falcon's landlords were also farmers, and doubling up was likewise true of The Frog, or Frog and Bullrush, as it was called until recently.
Second place went to Bullrush (Ant Robinson), third to Sportivo (Wayne Tomlinson).
Bullrush - On-going optimization has been positive.
I thought SUPREME TADGH showed promise at Navan and Noel Meade's BULLRUSH should improve substantially from his run at Thurles when he stayed on to finish a distant fourth behind SOLERINA.
JAZZ SALON ROUGE, fitting in between sessions at their regular venue in Bascote Heath, can be heard tonight at the Frog & Bullrush in Bidford on Avon.
The third plot has excellent cover of Joe-pye weed (Eupatorium serotinum), bullrush (Scirpus cyperinus) and spikerush (Eleocharis sp.
Bullrush is a mature nine-peg lake set on the edge of Gateshead and better known as the old frog pond.
Hamilton, of Falkirk, and Grant, of Larkhall, Lanarkshire, visited Mr McKenzie's street offering to carry out work as Bullrush Roofers.
Depute fiscal David Glancy said Hamilton, of Falkirk, and Grant, of Larkhall, Lanarkshire, visited Mr McKenzie's street offering to carry out work as Bullrush Roofers.