Antonyms for bushy

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Old Dismukes was with them; burly, bushy, dingy, on a huge roan charger.

He curved his bushy tail around to cover them, and at the same time he saw a vision.

A burly man with bushy whiskers was waiting for us at the door.

But the little eyes beneath his bushy eyebrows were blue and shrewd.

His whiskers were large, bushy, and meeting beneath his chin.

His head was bald; his eyebrows, of a bushy grey, were large and meeting.

But the bushy shelf and the spring by the thicket, were still in shadow.

He choked her into silence and dragged her toward the bushy bank.

Its short ears and bushy tail are important characteristics.

Each of the minks was over a foot in length, not counting the bushy tail.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "overgrown with bushes," from bush (n.) + -y (2). Of hair, etc., from 1610s. Related: Bushiness.

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