adjective, bram·bli·er, bram·bli·est.
Examples from the Web for brambly
St. Joseph has notes of violets, rose, bacon and a brambly backbone that makes your mouth water.
And crossing the gardens rapidly, he soon reached the outskirts of the brambly thicket.A Woodland Queen, Complete|Andre Theuriet
Where a few years ago were acres of woodland, swamps or brambly pastures, are now well-graded streets lined with pleasant houses.
I had just left the brambly path which cuts a bed of sand through the forest, laying bare its rusty bowels.Woman|Magdeleine Marx