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These should not stand nearer together, on rich land, than three or four inches, and always be bushed.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
I agreed, but told him that I couldn't find the way and should get 'bushed' if I tried.
Under her steady glance the Chinaman's furtive eyes bushed themselves in his customary pose of irreproachable meekness.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
Bellchambers came in to guide us, for there is no one to ask upon these desolate tracks, and it is easy to get bushed.
At a short distance it looks like a superior article; the follower and keyhole appear as if they were bushed with brass.
He clattered down to the hollow he had left, and raced for the hiding screen of the bushed muskeg.
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER
He could easily imagine himself to be "bushed" in the Australian wilds as far as the presence of human beings was concerned.
THE DREADNOUGHT OF THE AIRPERCY F. WESTERMAN
The coastlands of most ancient countries are exhausted, densely bushed, and uninhabited.
GREATER BRITAINCHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE
The hubs of the links are bushed with bronze, and have a graphite "inlay," which makes them self-lubricating.
Our young Cape friend has a fine mane, and a tail but slightly bushed at the top, which droops towards the ground.

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