The area had been cut over at some time and brush had grown up, yet there was a sort of trail left by deer.
"We were the only engine that would go in there, because the brush had grown right up to the house."
The brush grew thick along the stream bed, making progress wickedly difficult.
Silently the cadet crouched, then he was moving away, a fiery brush growing out of his back.
The brush had grown headhigh, but the line of sight was perfect.
Thick brush had grown up over the entrance, and it looked as if no one had been there for years.
The going was more difficult along the river's bank; the brush grew thick and tangled here.
Now the brush has grown all through the posts and rails so it's that much tighter.
Close brushes with death grew too numerous to count, and he stopped wondering how Teresa knew which way to dodge.
The brush had grown right up to the wall, which made my approach easy.