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Correct spelling: bush

Definition of bush:

  1. A thick shrub; the bough of a tree; a cluster of shrubs; a branch of ivy hung out as a tavern sign; a wild uncultivated tract of land covered with brushwood, & c.; anything like a bush; the tail of a fox.
  2. A circle of metal let into round holes or orifices, or into the sheaves of such blocks as have iron pins, to prevent their wearing; a thimble.
  3. To prop up with bushes. To beat about the bush, not to set straightforwardly to work.
  4. To furnish a block with a brush.
  5. To grow thick or bushy.

Common misspellings for bush:

buch, bushe.

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Examples of usage for bush:

  1. " It's no use beating about the bush – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  2. But Robert knew that bush and its ways. – Prince Fortunatus by William Black
  3. " Robert," she cried, in despair, " if he goes another yard up- stream he will have the line on that bush – Prince Fortunatus by William Black

Quotes for bush:

  1. They're sheep. They like Bush enough to credit him with saving the nation after 9/11. Three thousand people get killed, and everybody thinks they're next on the list. The president comes along, and he's got his six -guns strapped on, and people think he's going to save them.
  2. This man called President Bush has a lot to answer for. I don't know if this man is really taking care of America. This government has been shameful.
  3. Bush has never sent over a balanced budget.
  4. President Bush should be indicted and should be driven out of office. He should be sent back home in Texas.
  5. The U. S. is by far the biggest exporter of arms in the world. It was true during the Clinton administration, and it's true during the Bush administration. It's bipartisan.

Rhymes for bush:

  1. push, tush, cush, busch;
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