Definition of Brierpatch
1. Noun. Tangled mass of prickly plants.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Brierpatch
Literary usage of Brierpatch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Second Report on the Water Powers of Georgia by Benjamin Mortimer Hall, Maxcy Reddick Hall (1908)
"... water surface 1.075 22.6 brierpatch Bridge, top of iron bolt, ... of small shoal 1.084 22.6 brierpatch Bridge, water surface 1.082 23.8 Red-oak tree, ..."
2. The Biography of Elder David Purviance: With His Memoirs...written by by Levi Purviance (1848)
"He letme have it for five days work, and although I had to grub bushes in a brierpatch, I think it was the best bargain I ever made; I have it yet. ..."
3. Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States Geological Survey by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1907)
"brierpatch Bridge, top of iron bolt, south side of east approach^, Foot of small shoal brierpatch it ridge, water surface Ked-oak tn-e, nail In root, ..."