1. a very prickly woody vine of the eastern United States growing in tangled masses having tough round stems with shiny leathery leaves and small greenish flowers followed by clusters of inedible shiny black berries
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How To Use catbrier In A Sentence

  • On the walk there our legs got a good lashing from the catbrier and blackberry stickers. Four Blind Mice
  • Whether it's a sedge-rimmed Alberta pond or a Georgia slough choked with catbrier, pocket water that has been created by beaver, nature's most impressive engineers, provides intimate, up-close-and-personal duck hunting. Tips, Tactics, and Gear for Beaver Pond Ducks
  • Then he indulges in a fit of merriment at his own jokes -- 'chatter-chatter-chat-chat-chat-chat-chat' he says, calling his own name as he slips away to the security of a catbrier or barberry bush. Citizen Bird Scenes from Bird-Life in Plain English for Beginners
  • The two cardinals that sat in the catbrier between visits to the feeders were waiting for me to leave. Vineyard Chill
  • In autumn and early winter, cedar and honeysuckle berries, the grape-like cluster of fruit of the poison ivy, bittersweet and catbrier berries are all consumed according to their needs. Ohio Arbor Day 1913: Arbor and Bird Day Manual Issued for the Benefit of the Schools of our State
  • Fertilizers, which you can buy at most hardware stores, help release nutrients in plants -- such as witch hazel, honeysuckle, and catbrier, all foods that whitetails already prefer -- and make them even more attractive. Bring More Deer to Your Tree Stand With a Poor-Man's Food Plot
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