shrubby

[ UK /ʃɹˈʌbi/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɹəbi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or resembling a shrub
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How To Use shrubby In A Sentence

  • In association with recent regional warming, moist tundra has become more shrubby, and trees are increasing in density and expanding into tundra near the arctic treeline.
  • THYSANOTUS ELATIOR was again found here; and a shrubby CRUCIFEROUS plant, quite woody at the base, with very narrow linear setaceous pinnatifid leaves,173 and linear curved torulose silicules. Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia
  • Another excellent performer is Sorbus kewensis, a slow-growing, shrubby tree with great clusters of luscious fruits.
  • THYSANOTUS ELATIOR was again found here; and a shrubby CRUCIFEROUS plant, quite woody at the base, with very narrow linear setaceous pinnatifid leaves, [***] and linear curved torulose silicules. Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia
  • The Warbling Vireo's typical habitat is open deciduous or shrubby mixed woodlands, especially where large trees are present.
  • Some genera endemic to this district include Quelchia, a shrubby genus of the sunflower family; Connellia, in the Bromeliaceae; and Tepuia, in the Ericaceae (blueberry family). Tepuis
  • Missing from the listing are rapidly growing shrubby invasive or edge species such as sassafras, pawpaw, hawthorn, and mulberry.
  • Shrubs that will provide food and cover include honeysuckles, snowberries, red and yellowtwig dogwoods, sumacs, coralberries, serviceberries, chokecherries and a wide variety of shrubby plums.
  • Depending upon your point of view, smoke tree or smoke bush (Cotinus coggygria, zones 4 to 8) is a treelike shrub or shrubby tree.
  • These were crowned with copses of shrubby trees, principally of the wild filbert or hazel (_corylus_), with several species of _rosa_ and raspberry (rubus), and bushes of the june-berry The Hunters' Feast Conversations Around the Camp Fire
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