adjective, scrub·bi·er, scrub·bi·est.
Examples from the Web for scrubby
There is one scrubby little orange kitten who is arguably the luckiest creature on Earth.‘Bones’ Creator Hart Hanson on Working with Michael Clarke Duncan|Hart Hanson|September 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Why has so much attention been given to this tiny, miserable village and its scrubby little patch of land?
Who is that common-looking little man with the scrubby beard, and the very yellow gloves—how does he come to be here?Voces Populi|F. Anstey
They are usually seen at low elevations in scrubby underbrush.
You will meet with these Buntings along roadsides lined with scrubby trees or bushes, or in pastures or along the edges of swamps.
And he is all scrubby and tobacco-ey, and I won't have him for an uncle,' cried Primrose.Beechcroft at Rockstone|Charlotte M. Yonge
Around us a little while ago stretched a scrubby, gloomy forest, but it is now magnificent and cheerful.The Masters of the Peaks|Joseph A. Altsheler