adjective, bram·bli·er, bram·bli·est.
Origin of brambly
Examples from the Web for brambly
Contemporary Examples of brambly
St. Joseph has notes of violets, rose, bacon and a brambly backbone that makes your mouth water.What to Drink in 2014: 13 Chefs and Critics Picks
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Historical Examples of brambly
Where a few years ago were acres of woodland, swamps or brambly pastures, are now well-graded streets lined with pleasant houses.
Brambly bushes grew along the trail showing that the ground was not entirely dry.The Phantom Town Mystery
I had just left the brambly path which cuts a bed of sand through the forest, laying bare its rusty bowels.Woman
Bobby was on the floor listening, ears and eyes, brambly muzzle and feathered tail alert.Greyfriars Bobby
Bo's white mustang dragged her through more than one brambly place.The Man of the Forest