a variant spelling of bushy 2
British Dictionary definitions for Bushie (2 of 2)
a supporter of US President George W. Bush or a member of his administration
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How to use bushie in a sentence
Pete Wehner, another bushie, blasts Glenn Beck as “a rolling mix of fear, resentment, and anger.”
Number three is a fox, rudely cut out of flat metal, with a "ryghte bushie tayle," fixed on a house gable overlooking the street.
W'y, bushie, if Betsy is always belchin' gunpowder, don't you know her breaf mus' smell uf gunpowder?
Bid Miss Jemima and dear little bushie good-by for me, and carry them my dying blessing.
And, bushie, my boy, have you forgotten that only this spring Burl shot a panther in the woods between here and the field?
Which one uf de varmints was it, bushie, dat gobbled you up frum de corn-fiel' fence, back yander?