gorse

[n] - very spiny and dense evergreen shrub with fragrant golden-yellow flowers
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Gorse

Gorse noun [ Middle English & Anglo-Saxon gorst ; perhaps akin to English grow , grass .] (Botany) Furze. See Furze . « The common, overgrown with fern, and rough With prickly gorse Cowper. Gorse bird (Zoology) , ...
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gorse

<botany> Furze. See Furze. 'The common, overgrown with fern, and rough With prickly gorse.' (Cowper) Gorse bird, the winchat. Gorse duck, the corncrake. ... Synonym: grass drake, land drake, and corn drake. ... Origin: OE. & AS. Gorst; perh. Akin to E. Grow, grass. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Gorse

• (n.) Furze. See Furze.
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Gorse

[disambiguation] Gorse is a genus of about 20 species of evergreen shrubs in the subfamily Faboideae of the pea family Fabaceae. Gorse may also refer to: ...
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gorse

gorse: see furze.
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Gorse

Gorse (Ulex) also known as furze or whin is a genus of plants of the family Leguminosae, native to western Europe. They are low shrubby plants, the common gorse (Ulex europicus) having a stem generally 80 cm to one metre high, much branched and most of the leaves converted into spines. The flowers are solitary and yellow. The fruits are hairy pods....
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gorse

Any of a group of plants native to Europe and Asia, consisting of thorny shrubs with spine-shaped leaves growing thickly along the stems and bright-yellow coconut-scented flowers. (Genus Ulex, family Leguminosae.)
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gorse

A shrub primarily found on linkland type courses. It is a spiny evergreen with bright yellow flowers. Same as whin.
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Gorse

British links courses are often lined with this thick rough, often prickly and similar to shrubbery called Gorse.
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Gorse

Spiny european shrub with yellow flowers, found off the fairway on some (usually european) courses a
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