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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbushybush‧y /ˈbʊʃi/ adjective (comparative bushier, superlative bushiest)  1 THICK OBJECT OR MATERIALbushy hair or fur grows thickly a bushy tail2 bushy plants grow thickly, with a lot of branches and leavesbushiness noun [uncountable]
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bushyAny dry fly that looks bushy and edible will do.And those bushy eyebrows that resembled dark clouds on his horizon.-How come?The outward tips of his bushy eyebrows were tilted upwards slightly, giving him a demonic appearance.To obtain good bushy plants, keep pinching out the tips.Territorials surround themselves with briefcases, calendars, and large bushy plants.He was lanky, pale and serious, with dark, bushy sideburns and a handsome Che Guevara mustache.His hair was longer in those days but then my beard was bushier so I suppose we were about equally hirsute.
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