brambly brambly


  • (adj) covered with brambles and ferns and other undergrowth


  1. Favored to succeed Air Force Chief Thomas White, 59, who is planning to retire this summer, is Vice Chief Curtis LeMay, 54, the brambly former SAC commander.
  2. The Kahn appointment split Republican opinion in Washington, threatened to draw President Hoover into another brambly branch of ill feeling.
  3. But tax reform is a brambly issue for a politician to grab hold of.
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