The definition of a bush is a woody shrub or group of shrubs.(noun)
The shrubs planted in landscaping often near a fence or front door are an example of a bush.
See bush in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: < Colonial Du bosch, bushshrubby woodland or uncleared country, esp. wild or unsettled frontier country: usually with the
Origin: ME < OE busc (in place names) < WGmc *busk-; ME busk, bosk < ML boscus < Frank busk, of same WGmc orig.
Origin: see bush leagueSlang unprofessional, cheap, petty, etc.
Origin: MDu busse, box < ML buxis: see box
See bush in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , partly from Old English busc
Origin: , partly from Old French bois, wood (of Germanic origin)
Origin: and partly of Scandinavian origin (akin to Danish busk)
Origin: . N., sense 3, possibly from Dutch bosch.
transitive verb bushed, bush·ing, bush·es
Origin: From bush, bushing
Origin: , possibly alteration of Dutch bus, box.
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