The earth here was bare of undergrowth and sloped sharply down into a marshy ravine.
It was only at the brow of the ridge, where the undergrowth had choked up the way.
The undergrowth was swarming with rabbits, and they would make most toothsome food.
But the undergrowth and timber were heavy, and he could not see far beyond them.
A dozen warriors marched in a silent file through the undergrowth.
There was no undergrowth, no weeds, not even any fallen leaves.
So, when the stranger turned and leapt lightly into the undergrowth that fringed the wood, he humbly tried to follow.
The "plains" are usually timbered, destitute of undergrowth, and are beautiful.
The difficulty of finding bodies is considerable on account of the undergrowth.
We were too late to catch a glimpse of him, but perhaps he would halt in the undergrowth.