EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRAMBLED
Gone was the brambled waste, gone the flickering tangle of woodland.
We knew not then how time passed, and could but dimly guess how things were going beyond the brambled copse in which we fought.
For their crane had been left in a brambled hole, and they very soon rigged it out again.
There are certain well-charted highroads where there were once only brambled trails.
Old English bræmbel "rough, prickly shrub" (especially the blackberry bush), with euphonic -b-, from earlier bræmel, from Proto-Germanic *bræmaz (see broom).