sagebrush

[ UK /sˈe‍ɪd‍ʒbɹʌʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈseɪdʒˌbɹəʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of several North American composite subshrubs of the genera Artemis or Seriphidium
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How To Use sagebrush In A Sentence

  • Botanical species in this ancient ecosystem included sagebrush, bluegrass, sedges, and herbs.
  • They inhabit dense forests, open sagebrush country, and alpine parklands.
  • Although sagebrush now dominates this zone, it may not represent climax growth, but rather a disclimax produced by overgrazing. Intermountain Semidesert and Desert Province (Bailey)
  • American Kestrels are found in a wide variety of open habitats, among them agricultural areas, grasslands, sagebrush, shrub-steppe, steppe, and dry forest zones.
  • But only the tumbleweeds, sagebrush and cactus, that stood like splintered sentries, were visible in this vast wilderness.
  • Spotted knapweed is not killed by fire, but sagebrush is.
  • Beyond the summit of the butte was a greenish-brown plateau of sagebrush and bunch-grass. Hidden Gold
  • On the east side of the river are scattered pastures and farm houses, and on the west side is an old lava flow covered with sagebrush.
  • Sideoats grama, buffalo grass, sagebrush, yucca and prickly pear cactus are also common on the canyon floor and walls.
  • Left to itself, it would be sagebrush and cactus, but American capital and hydro-engineering wizardry have made it greener than wet Seattle.
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