verb (used without object), bram·bled, bram·bling.
- bramah, joseph,
- bramante, donato,
Origin of bramble
Examples from the Web for brambled
Gone was the brambled waste, gone the flickering tangle of woodland.The Golden Age|Kenneth Grahame
We knew not then how time passed, and could but dimly guess how things were going beyond the brambled copse in which we fought.In the Valley|Harold Frederic
For their crane had been left in a brambled hole, and they very soon rigged it out again.Mary Anerley|R. D. Blackmore
There are certain well-charted highroads where there were once only brambled trails.
- a blackberry
- (as modifier)bramble jelly
Word Origin for bramble
Old English bræmbel "rough, prickly shrub" (especially the blackberry bush), with euphonic -b-, from earlier bræmel, from Proto-Germanic *bræmaz (see broom).