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bushes, plural;
  1. Spread out into a thick clump
    • - her hair bushed out like a halo
  1. A shrub or clump of shrubs with stems of moderate length
    • - a rose bush
    • - the plant will develop into a dense bush
  2. A thing resembling such a shrub, esp. a clump of thick hair or fur
    • - a childish face with a bush of bright hair
  3. vulgar. A woman's pubic hair

  4. (esp. in Australia, Africa, and Canada) Wild or uncultivated country
    • - they have to spend a night camping in the bush
  5. The vegetation growing in such a district
    • - the lowland country was covered in thick bush

  1. bush-league: not of the highest quality or sophistication
  2. provide with a bushing
  3. shrub: a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
  4. a large wilderness area
  5. scrub: dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes
  6. 43rd President of the United States; son of George Herbert Walker Bush (born in 1946)
  7. The Bush was a mail-order car made by the Bush Motor Company of Chicago from 1916 to 1924. Bush Motors did no manufacturing but bought in cars from other makers. Lycoming and Continental motors were often used for the 4- and 6-cylinder versions of the car. ...
  8. Bush are a British alternative rock band formed in London in 1992 by singer/guitarist Gavin Rossdale and former guitarist Nigel Pulsford.
  9. The Dubuisson Brewery (Brasserie Dubuisson Frères) is a Belgian family brewery founded in 1769 in Pipaix, province of Hainaut. They brew one of the strongest beers in Belgium, the Bush Ambrée at 12% ABV.
  10. Bush was a Canadian rock band in the early 1970s, which evolved from the respected club act Mandala. The latter had a minor Canadian hit with the song "Love-Itis". Bush consisted of ex-Mandala bandmates Domenic Troiano, Roy Kenner, Hugh Sullivan and Pentti Glan, plus Prakash John. ...
  11. Bush Radio was a British radio manufacturing company, and one of the most famous names on early British radios and televisions. Today the Bush brand name is used on OEM electronics produced mainly in China.
  12. W. is a 2008 American biographical film based on the life and presidency of George W. Bush. It was produced and directed by Oliver Stone, written by Stanley Weiser, and stars Josh Brolin as Bush. Filming began on May 12, 2008, in Louisiana and the film was released on October 17.
  13. A surname
  14. (bushed) Very tired; exhausted
  15. (bushy) Like a bush in having many widely spread branches
  16. (Bushed) 1)  The state of being extremely tired, particularly after strenuous outdoor activity like fishing or hunting.  2)  Becoming tangled in a submerged tree (see also: Snag)
  17. (Bushed) Fatigue and dismay over the state of politics in America. "Damn, I was having a good day, but after watching the news, I'm Bushed. Where's the bong?"(wpr)
  18. (Bushed) Someone who’s been out in the bush for too long, resulting in a seeming lack of ability to communicate effectively (or shower); can also refer to someone who spends too much time alone and who is known to be exceedingly eccentric
  19. (Bushed) in British Columbia and Yukon, somebody who's been in "the bush" too long, typically eccentric from being alone too long; possibly smelly and otherwise without civilized habits.
  20. (bushed) completely exhausted.
  21. (BUSHES) To dream of bushes signifies there are changes in store for you. If you part the bushes and go through them this indicates that the changes will be for the better. Hiding behind bushes denotes opposition in some area of your life. ...
  22. (Bushes) Any place outside of the Major leagues; as anything outside of New York is a "Camping place," or anything outside of California is "China" to residents of those places. ...
  23. (Bushy) Doozy's best friend and a hero to Tom-Tom
  24. (Bushy) adj. The best kind of hair, full of character and wildness.
  25. (Bushy) says about a particularly "dense" tail; applies generally to a long tail.