covered with bushes, shrubs, and small trees; woody.
- bosk·i·ness, noun
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How to use bosky in a sentence
Pamela took to flight—noiseless and rapid—among the bosky corners and walks of the old garden.Elizabeth's Campaign | Mrs. Humphrey Ward
Suddenly in a bosky dell, I stood face to face with Sir Roland, and his sister.
A sudden sound from these bosky recesses set every nerve of the fugitives a-quiver.The Ordeal | Charles Egbert Craddock
In the summer we would put in the afternoon catching trout in Dale Creek or gathering maiden-hair ferns in the bosky dells.
It was open, and they looked down the road which was darkened over with long bosky shadows.The Europeans | Henry James
British Dictionary definitions for bosky
literary containing or consisting of bushes or thickets: a bosky wood
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