[ UK /ʃɹˈʌbəɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɹəbɝi/ ]
  1. an area where a number of shrubs are planted
  2. a collection of shrubs growing together
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How To Use shrubbery In A Sentence

  • Here we walked through a large lawn of uncut grasses dotted with early-summer bulbs and flowers following a winding, mowed path leading into shrubbery and woodland.
  • The front garden slopes away from the house, with the incline packed with an interesting array of shrubbery and tall flowers - white flowering eucryphia and myrtle blend with statuesque hoheriay and elegant miscanthus grasses.
  • The next thing I knew stentorian voices were to be heard outside, accompanied by high-powered torch beams piercing the shrubbery.
  • With a little shrubbery or plants, such fences can provide very attractive barriers along property lines.
  • A blinding coat of white blanketed the thick shrubbery that defined my garden.
  • The garden is split level with a paved area, a well manicured lawn and a shrubbery with water feature.
  • Dover, Delaware The house, overgrown with weeds and shrubbery, had no ostentation. MAMBO
  • So saying, the Robin trilled out a pleasant farewell, and returned to the shrubbery grounds, where, in an ivy covered wall, he had found for himself a snug little winter's home. Parables From Nature
  • Mother was a very keen gardener and under her supervision we grew all our own vegetables and looked after the flower garden and shrubbery.
  • If it is dense enough, shrubbery can provide a home to ground-nesting birds such as doves and thrushes as well as small mammals like rabbits.
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