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under- +‎ brush

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underbrush ‎(usually uncountable, plural underbrushes)

  1. The small trees and other plants that clutter the floor of a forest.
    • Stanley Waterloo, A Man and a Woman
      How quick the eye and hand to catch him [the ruffed grouse] when he rises from the underbrush and is out of sight in the wood before the untrained sportsman stops him with what is little more than a snapshot, so instantaneously must all be done!

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