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bushie

/ˈbʊʃɪ/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of bushy2

Bushie

/ˈbʊʃɪ/
noun
1.
a supporter of US President George W. Bush or a member of his administration
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  • Now, bushie had never told a lie—that is to say, a downright lie—in all his life.

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • "But mother says it is wrong for white men to take scalps," observed bushie.

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • How could you, bushie, how could you leave yo' pore mudder so onsituwated?

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • So, you an' bushie jes' set heer on de log, while we look about us fur some grub.

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • W'y, bushie, if Betsy is always belchin' gunpowder, don't you know her breaf mus' smell uf gunpowder?

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • And, bushie, my boy, have you forgotten that only this spring Burl shot a panther in the woods between here and the field?

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • Which one uf de varmints was it, bushie, dat gobbled you up frum de corn-fiel' fence, back yander?

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • And with these visible proofs to back it, bushie wound up his eloquent little appeal.

    Burl Morrison Heady
  • Then the young Indian turned and, followed by Burl and bushie, walked slowly and thoughtfully away.

    Burl Morrison Heady

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