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Synonyms for bush

Synonyms for bush

an uninhabited region left in its natural state

Synonyms for bush

a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems

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a large wilderness area

dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes

United States electrical engineer who designed an early analogue computer and who led the scientific program of the United States during World War II (1890-1974)

vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)

hair growing in the pubic area

provide with a bushing

not of the highest quality or sophistication

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References in classic literature ?
The Prince had been staring hard at the girl on the bush. Now he answered, with a touch of uneasiness in his cold tones:
"I'm sure the Princess is ready to be picked," asserted Dorothy, gazing hard at the beautiful girl on the bush. "She's as perfect as she can be."
Light-hearted and unsuspecting, the girl rode across the clearing toward the bush while directly before her two yellow-green eyes glared round and terrible, a tawny tail twitched nervously and great, padded paws gathered beneath a sleek barrel for a mighty spring.
Elephant!" whispered the Kafirs, and a few minutes afterwards we saw a succession of vast shadowy forms moving slowly from the direction of the water towards the bush.
While he lay in the bush, recovering from his fright and peering fearfully out, the mother-ptarmigan on the other side of the open space fluttered out of the ravaged nest.
After a week, he escaped from them and took to the bush. There were no bush natives on Ysabel, only salt-water men, who were all Christians.
The pilgrims had opened with their Winchesters, and were simply squirting lead into that bush. A deuce of a lot of smoke came up and drove slowly forward.
The stranger and Robin and Little John in the bushes all found a combat that upset all reckoning.
One day as he was thus engaged, tracking an unsuspecting savage, he came upon the fellow in the act of hurling a spear at a wounded white man who crouched in a clump of bush at the trail's side.
Then with the automatic instinct for self-preservation, he sprang back into the bushes, and began to push his way through them until he had reached a safe distance from the danger zone.
'Oh, what a pretty bird!' said the miser; 'I would give a great deal of money to have such a one.' 'If that's all,' said the countryman, 'I will soon bring it down.' Then he took up his bow, and down fell the thrush into the bushes at the foot of the tree.
the cuckoo already!" said Stepan Arkadyevitch, coming out from behind a bush.
Then, stopping to look back once or twice, he slunk off among the bushes to the right of me, and I heard the swish of the fronds grow faint in the distance and die away.
He went on past the house, and approached the wall of trees and bushes by the river's bank.
On the hillside grew dense bushes and small trees and among the bushes were little open spaces carpeted with long grass, now stiff and frozen.