Definition of Catbriers
1. catbrier [n] - See also: catbrier
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catbriers
Literary usage of Catbriers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen, Bradley Moore Davis (1906)
"Aquatic plants : pond lilies with floating leaves, and sedges with aerial leaves xerophytes as the catbriers (Smilax). In order to know whether the ..."
2. Content in a Garden by Candace Wheeler (1901)
"... I have been acquainted for many years with a patch of pink azalea which blossoms rosily against the clustering catbriers on the return of every spring; ..."
3. The Boy's Book of Hunting and Fishing: Practical Camping-out, Game-fishing by Warren Hastings Miller (1916)
"Pepper certainly was making the woods ring, and we ran over to the catbriers at the edge of the woods, for the rabbit would certainly circle, and might run ..."
4. The Relation of Sparrows to Agriculture by Sylvester Dwight Judd (1901)
"The song sparrows which breed in the catbriers of the gully beside the house and the honeysuckle-draped shrubbery of the almost perpendicular face of the ..."
5. The Garden, You and I by Mabel Osgood Wright (1906)
"... and milkweed milk, and it would be quite harmless were it not for the strong catbriers grafted in the mass for impaling the purses of the trusting. ..."