brushwood brushwood


  1. (n) the wood from bushes or small branches
  2. (n) a dense growth of bushes



  1. After ten or 15 minutes in the air, we hovered down in the middle of an expanse of brushwood alongside Route 9.
  2. So scholars need no longer be bothered about the brushwood of the Odyssey.
  3. Against the tawny brushwood slanting up down enormous gorges, their squat villages are undetectable at a few hundred yards.


  • Architects show off watercolors at show

    DEERFIELD — Ever wonder if architects or designers have dabbled in fine arts like painting? Brushwood Gallery can answer that question starting Sunday. The gallery, located in the historic Brushwood home at Ryerson Woods, 21850 N. Riverwoods Road, will host an exhibition by the Chicago art group everyOther, a collection of architects, designers and artists, through Aug. 30. “waterCOLOR skySCAPE ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Deerfield Review


  • "At the same time, prunings from the melaleuca trees can be harvested for brushwood fencing material. This is a win for both the environment and farmers," Mr Burke said. "We look forward to working together to secure a sustainable, resilient...
    on Nov 20, 2008 By: Tony Burke Source: Environmental Expert (press release)

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