bramble bramble  /b ˈræm bəl/


  • (n) any of various rough thorny shrubs or vines


  1. In Eire during invasion exercises a helmeted woman tending a soldier for bramble scratches dropped her helmet on his head, cut him, called an ambulance.
  2. Instead, incoming students, both male and female, strap on 40-lb packs and spend three weeks hiking through dry, bramble-strewn canyons and scrambling down 165-ft.
  3. But be sure to save room for the desserts from the chocolate torte to the bramble, sherry and mascarpone trifle, they make a wickedly decadent end to the meal.


  1. New at noon: 'Transformers 4' could be filming in the area

    Officials with “Transformers 4” have contacted Bramble owner Bob Klingler, of Marine City, about possibly filming some scenes at the ship site. / WENDY TORELLO/TIMES HERALD
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Times Herald

  2. Calvert Hall alumnus Frank Bramble named interim president

    Frank Bramble, Class of 1966, was named interim president of Calvert Hall College High School on Thursday afternoon.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

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