Bosky

• (a.) Woody or bushy; covered with boscage or thickets. • (a.) Caused by boscage.
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bosky

brushy adjective covered with or consisting of bushes or thickets; `brushy undergrowth`; ``bosky` is a literary term`; `a bosky park leading to a modest yet majestic plaza`- Jack Beatty
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Bosky

Bosk'y adjective [ Confer Bushy .] 1. Woody or bushy; covered with boscage or thickets. Milton. 2. Caused by boscage. « Darkened over by long bosky shadows. H. James. »
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Bosky

Bosky is old university slang for being on the verge of intoxication (drunkenness)
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bosky

covered with trees or shrubs
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bosky

[adj] - covered with or consisting of bushes or thickets
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