Thesaurus / furze
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Mrs. Furze took another sip of the brandy-and-water and went to bed.

Catharine FurzeMark Rutherford

Then it flies, skimming low over the furze and heather, and alights on a granite boulder similar to the one it has just left.

On the brow of the hill grows a mighty bush of furze which always goes by the name of "Miss Bremer's furze-bush."

The Tinker rose and made a fire with leaves and furze and sticks, some dry and some green.

On either side the road was now bank'd by tall hills, with clusters of bracken and furze bushes lying darkly on their slopes.

The Splendid SpurArthur T. Quiller Couch

The morning after the fire beheld the Furze family at breakfast with the hospitable Hopkins.

Catharine FurzeMark Rutherford

Meanwhile Mr. Furze was perusing the list with both elbows on his knees.

Catharine FurzeMark Rutherford

Mr. Furze had retreated into a dark corner, and was putting on his waistcoat with his back to his distinguished guest.

Catharine FurzeMark Rutherford

The bushes and furze they rooted up were thrown into the centre, and increased the blaze.

The produce of an acre of furze appears to be at least equal to that of an acre of good meadow.

The Stock-Feeder's ManualCharles Alexander Cameron

WORDS RELATED TO FURZE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.