Trevena has written the books of furze and heather and granite and bracken, which outlast time on the hills of Dartmoor.
And watching the sunlight on the bracken, Gyp thought: 'Love!
If he objects to Harriet Mr. bracken will tell him quite plainly what he thinks.
Some of their mouths are grown over with bramble and bracken.
The man in the bracken cast one look at the stars, then crossed himself and crept out into the moonlight.
As she went she heard a voice among the bracken calling softly.
At the village end, I come into a lane, which winds upwards between grassy slopes, to turf and bracken and woods of noble beech.
It ceased, and they only heard the fair wind blowing the bracken and the trees.
For they were passing a little gully deep in bracken, up which the blast was tearing its tempestuous way.
Freddy dropped the waistcoat at their feet, and dashed into some bracken.
"coarse fern," early 14c., a northern England word from a Scandinavian source (cf. Danish bregne, Swedish bräken "fern").