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Meanings of Bushie:

noun

A person who lives in the bush (as distinct from in a town), typically regarded as uncultured or unsophisticated.

Usage examples:

Cultural wonders that bushies like me were despised for not having
adjective

Growing thickly.

Usage examples:

A dense, bushy plant

Bushier

ˈbʊʃ.i

Meanings of Bushier:

adjective

Growing thickly.

Usage examples:

A dense, bushy plant
noun

A person who lives in the bush (as distinct from in a town), typically regarded as uncultured or unsophisticated.

Usage examples:

Cultural wonders that bushies like me were despised for not having

Bushiest

ˈbʊʃ.i

Meanings of Bushiest:

adjective

Growing thickly.

Usage examples:

A dense, bushy plant
noun

A person who lives in the bush (as distinct from in a town), typically regarded as uncultured or unsophisticated.

Usage examples:

Cultural wonders that bushies like me were despised for not having

Bushing

bʊʃ

Meanings of Bushing:

noun

Another term for bush2.

verb

Spread out into a thick clump.

Usage examples:

Her hair bushed out like a halo

Bushings

ˈbʊʃɪŋ

Meanings of Bushings:

noun

Another term for bush2.

Bushland

ˈbʊʃlənd

Meanings of Bushland:

noun

Wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

166 acres of bushland

Meanings of Bushlands:

noun

Wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

166 acres of bushland

Bushman

ˈbʊʃmən

Meanings of Bushman:

noun

A member of any of several aboriginal peoples of southern africa, especially of the kalahari desert. traditionally nomadic hunter-gatherers, many are now employed by farmers.

Bushmaster

ˈbʊʃmɑːstə

Meanings of Bushmaster:

noun

A pit viper which is the largest venomous snake in the new world, found in central and south america.

Usage examples:

Ever since i was a kid names like fer-de-lance and bushmaster have been magical to me.

Meanings of Bushmasters:

noun

A pit viper which is the largest venomous snake in the new world, found in central and south america.

Usage examples:

Ever since i was a kid names like fer-de-lance and bushmaster have been magical to me.

Bushmen

ˈbʊʃ.mən

Meanings of Bushmen:

noun

A member of any of several aboriginal peoples of southern africa, especially of the kalahari desert. traditionally nomadic hunter-gatherers, many are now employed by farmers.

Meanings of Bushpig:

noun

A wild pig that is native to the forests and savannahs of africa and madagascar.

Bushranger

ˈbʊʃˌreɪn.dʒər

Meanings of Bushranger:

noun

A person living far from civilization.

Usage examples:

American bushrangers advocate a long heavy pea-rifle, on the plea of its accurate shooting, and the…

Meanings of Bushranging:

verb

Hold up and rob people, especially travellers.

Usage examples:

I keep the gear close to me for fear of seeing it bushranged

Bushtit

ˈbʊʃtɪt

Meanings of Bushtit:

noun

A small american songbird of the long-tailed tit family, with mainly pale grey plumage and sometimes a black mask.

Usage examples:

His research included classic works on quail, bushtits, mexican and south american thrushes, new wo…

Meanings of Bushveld:

noun

A region in the hot dry north-east of south africa and adjoining countries.

Usage examples:

The children were mesmerised with how unique, in the context of world resorts, this one in the bush…

Meanings of Bushwa:

noun

Rubbish, nonsense.

Usage examples:

Not only is this bushwah: it is pernicious bushwah.

Bushwah

ˈbʊʃwɑː

Meanings of Bushwah:

noun

Rubbish, nonsense.

Usage examples:

Not only is this bushwah: it is pernicious bushwah.

Bushwalking

ˈbʊʃˌwɔː.kɪŋ

Meanings of Bushwalking:

noun

Hiking or backpacking.

Usage examples:

Norma has been bushwalking for almost 15 years but she says the experience has made her rethink her…
verb

Go for a recreational hike into wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

He vanished while the pair bushwalked with his mother and cousins

Bushwhack

ˈbʊʃwak

Meanings of Bushwhack:

verb

Live or travel in wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

For 12 years, he has bushwhacked across southern utah

Meanings of Bushwhacked:

adjective

Exhausted or worn out.

Usage examples:

It's been a long day and we're completely bushwhacked
verb

Live or travel in wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

For 12 years, he has bushwhacked across southern utah

Meanings of Bushwhacker:

noun

A person who clears land in bush country.

Usage examples:

The cedar surf is about surf shacks, back roads, bushwhackers, hitchhikers and squatters in the rai…

Bushwhackers

ˈbʊʃwakə

Meanings of Bushwhackers:

noun

A person who clears land in bush country.

Usage examples:

The cedar surf is about surf shacks, back roads, bushwhackers, hitchhikers and squatters in the rai…

Bushwhacking

ˈbʊʃwak

Meanings of Bushwhacking:

noun

The activity of living or travelling in wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

I have not seen a bear yet after seven days of bushwhacking
verb

Live or travel in wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

For 12 years, he has bushwhacked across southern utah

Bushwhacks

ˈbʊʃwak

Meanings of Bushwhacks:

verb

Live or travel in wild or uncultivated country.

Usage examples:

For 12 years, he has bushwhacked across southern utah

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