OTHER WORDS FROM scrubbyscrub·bi·ly, adverbscrub·bi·ness, noun
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How to use scrubby in a sentence
He found it “truly an exceptional sight,” but one located in “scrubby country,” something to be sketched and remembered, but “not really worth a second trip.”Rekindling the wonder of Natural Bridge, once a testament to American grandeur|Philip Kennicott|June 17, 2021|Washington Post
“What we’re seeing is developers are taking advantage of the fact that the big stuff and the scrubby stuff have been averaged together,” Badgley said.The climate solution actually adding millions of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere|James Temple, Lisa Song|April 29, 2021|MIT Technology Review
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?
I pulled up and glanced about, but the clumps of scrubby timber were just plentiful enough to cut off a clear view of the flat.
The popping of dry, scrubby timber warned us that our position would soon be untenable.
Kangaroos and other animals were seldom or never found there: they abounded usually in the more scrubby country.The Adventures of Louis de Rougemont|Louis de Rougemont
A scrubby looking white mare who was being shod turned her head and stared at Ebenezer and his small companion.The Tale of Pony Twinkleheels|Arthur Scott Bailey
Just here the road crossed a ravine full of boulders and rough scrubby growth, whereas beyond it was bare and open.Fair Margaret|H. Rider Haggard