undergrowth

Part of speech: noun

A thicket in a forest.

Part of speech: noun

The condition of being undergrown.

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Usage examples "undergrowth":

  1. There was scarcely any undergrowth, and it was just as easy to follow our tracks there as in the open field. - "The Escaping Club", A. J. Evans.
  2. The Stonewall Brigade, which should have been placed in second line behind them, had not yet received its orders; it was more than a half- mile distant, in rear of Winder's artillery, and hidden from the first line by the trees and undergrowth. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
  3. Then, feeling deadly tired, I stretched myself at full length on the undergrowth, and determined to rest for an hour before completing my journey. - ""The Pomp of Yesterday"", Joseph Hocking.