undergrowth


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undergrowth

(ŭn′dər-grōth′)
n.
1. Shrubs, saplings, and herbaceous plants growing beneath trees in a forest.
2. The condition of being less than fully grown.
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'I still tackle the environment (like my previous shows), but I was really inspired when I saw the beauty of the undergrowth,' he said.
"He was Darren Stephenson-Bennett, aged 28 from Newton Aycliffe." They added: "His car was found on Saturday morning, September 3, embedded in the undergrowth at the centre of the roundabout.
ON Thursday afternoon I was walking down Swanswell Street towards the new health centre when I saw a brown rat walk out of the undergrowth from the flats towards the college.
Summary: A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of a young woman was found in undergrowth near an observatory in Merseyside.
After more than two hours searching she was seen by the North Wales Police helicopter at the bottom of a cliff after falling into thick undergrowth.
Police used their bare hands to clear a "tunnel" through the undergrowth at 5am to reach her on a hillside at Rhyd-y-Foel, near Colwyn Bay.
In the twilight, the undergrowth rustled and two brocks emerged only a few feet away.
Her body was found in undergrowth off Winyates Way in the Church Hill area of the town.
Newborn fallow deer, though, hide silently in undergrowth. Mom drops by occasionally and calls.
Life in the Undergrowth is available on DVD for $50.95 from ABC Shops and leading video retailers.
It's a mass of untended undergrowth, an antilandscape wholly beyond the Romantic notion of the cultivated wild.
Sutherland Lyall rakes enthusiastically through the cyber undergrowth to unearth nuggets of hidden treasure.