bush

01. The cat slowly approached the [bush] where the mouse was hiding.
02. We have a beautiful rose [bush] growing just outside our front door.
03. The desert of Kuwait is spotted with patches of coarse, weedy grass and small [bushes].
04. The children walked slowly across the lawn and hid behind the [bushes], where the adults couldn't see them.
05. After being lost in the [bush] for three days, the hikers had completely run out of food.
06. The army was moving slowly forward, chasing the guerrillas out of their hiding places in the [bush].
07. The hunter became nervous when he heard a noise coming from the [bushes]
08. We worked for the summer building running trails through the [bush] at a local lake.
09. Most roads in Swaziland are good, but there are rough ones out in the [bush].
10. These [bushes] should be planted in a shady area.
11. Leopards mark their territory by spraying their scent on [bushes] or trees.
12. My grandfather has a big, [bushy] beard.
13. My teacher has a [bushy] black mustache that he likes to twirl with his fingers when he's thinking.
14. We were really [bushed] after working in the yard all day.
15. The boys played street hockey all afternoon, so by suppertime they were totally [bushed].
16. Anne was [bushed] when she came home from work, so she went straight to bed.
17. An Indian proverb notes that not all the buds on a [bush] will blossom.
18. An old proverb observes that a bird in the hand is worth two in the [bush].

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