bush

[ boo sh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bush

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSH

There they stood, one bush after another: it looked like a great garden.

"That is all," said at last the mere Gabet, as she hung the last napkins on a bush.

I am a second Moses and you are going to be my burning bush.

I thought I had a glimpse of something behind that thick bush.

She danced around it, she repeated constantly: "This bush is like me; it is like me!"

"Well, I'm not going to beat about the bush," continued her sister-in-law abruptly.

There ought to have been a burning bush on the place where "the Queen" had said her prayers.

But the fringe did not reach to the ground and under the bush, in its dark interior.

For, if poor, they will think a bird in the hand worth two in the bush of a lawsuit.

He plunged deeper into the bush and walked on as if he were among his own comrades.

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