bushier bushier


  1. (adj) used of hair; thick and poorly groomed
  2. (adj) resembling a bush in being thickly branched and spreading


  1. When a child is between the ages of 6 and 12, the neurons grow bushier, each making dozens of connections to other neurons and creating new pathways for nerve signals.
  2. They poke, we react; they poke again, we react a little less, until eventually someone with a sharper stick and a bushier mustache comes along.
  3. The tree has gotten a little bushier.


  • Crossing America to raise awareness for a rare disease

    ELKO — Noah Coughlan expects he’ll weigh significantly less and have a bushier beard when he walks into Boston early November. He’ll undoubtedly be beat and ready to rest. But, he’ll also have met a lot of people and drawn attention to a good cause.
    on August 20, 2013     Source: Elko Daily Free Press


  1. "I have hair extensions for the latter part of the film," Grint says. "Ron gets a bushier hairstyle because they're living rough and camping out. Me and Dan have got stubble as well!"
    on Apr 16, 2010 By: Rupert Grint Source: Zap2it.com (blog)

  2. "Most people have much bushier mustaches, when mustaches came in, in the 1960s. I have a pinhead, a very small head. If I had a bushy mustache, it would look silly, it would swallow the lower part of my face up," Deford explained. "So I went...
    on May 24, 2008 By: Frank Deford Source: Terre Haute Tribune Star

  3. "That's his real hair," first-time director Zach Helm, 32, told me earlier today. "When we were first talking about the movie, we decided we didn't want to do any prosthetics. Except we made his eyebrows bushier."
    on Nov 14, 2007 By: Zach Helm Source: E! Online

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