bushed

[ boo sht ]SEE DEFINITION OF bushed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSHED

Shane said, "Remember the time I 'bushed' you over in Dunlap's meadow?"

I'm not coming back till I find my little 'un that's bushed in this mallee.'

All peas, for picking while green, are more convenient when bushed.

I agreed, but told him that I couldn't find the way and should get 'bushed' if I tried.

See that the cloth, with which the hole is bushed, is not loose and wrinkled.

The big ends are lined with white metal and the small ends are bushed with phosphor bronze.

Once, when I had gone out parrot-potting, with another young fellow almost as green as myself, we had very nearly got bushed.

All other peas had better be bushed, that they may be easily picked, and that the later ones may mature.

Nevertheless, we fell into the disgrace (to an Australian Jehu) of being "bushed" that night.

Where by accident the perforation has become enlarged at the end, it has been bushed by setting in a small piece of shell.

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