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Things hawthorn often describes (“hawthorn ________”)
tree, bush, trees, berries, bushes, hedges, buds, hedge, brake, blossom, flowers, leaves, blossoms, spray, bloom, tremblay, rust, dale, extracts, fruits, fly, fence, mellody, walk, flower, lodge, barks, boughs, shrubs, east

How hawthorn often is described (“________ hawthorn”)
white, english, common, red, pink, old, black, indian, sharp, wild, young, green, thick, blossomed, scarlet, fragrant, twisted, stripped, leaved, chinese, stunted, scented, scorched, ancient, native, double, blasted, hoary, fruited, solitary, savage, berried, gnarled, sweet, bland, prickly, juicy, artificial, potted, tall, n.y., downy, close, european, backed, japanese, venerable, snawy, aged, bellied, lowly, taller, flowering, ragged, yellow, yeddo, standardized, flowery, churlish, vital, pretty, whitest, adjacent, weeping, eternal, cedar, blown, gentle, splendid, crimson, occasional, bridal, naked, celebrated, water, south, snowy, thorned, yonder, ornamental, tangled


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See hawthorn used in context: 5 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, 29 definitions

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