Definition of Bud brush
1. Noun. A perennial that is valuable as sheep forage in the United States.
Group relationships: Genus Artemisia
Generic synonyms: Sage Brush, Sagebrush
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Literary usage of Bud brush
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1. Soil Alkali: Its Origin, Nature, and Treatment by Franklin Stewart Harris (1920)
"bud brush has the woolly covering and the general appearance of common sagebrush, but is dwarfed — 4 to 16 inches high — and is spiny. ..."
2. War and Laughter by James Oppenheim (1916)
"Bee thinks her lips are a rose-bud: Brush him off, darling . . . And come, come hither . . . I know an angle in the fence Where lovers may say good-morning. ..."