brambly

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Etymology[edit]

bramble +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

brambly (comparative bramblier, superlative brambliest)

  1. covered in brambles
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    • December 2004, "500 Greatest Songs of All Time - Bob Dylan, 'Blowin' in the Wind'", in The Rolling Stone
      everyone knew the song belonged to the burning-eyed young man who ruled New York's folk scene, and whose recording of it — just his brambly voice and fleet-fingered acoustic-guitar playing — was definitive

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