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Things shrub often describes (“shrub ________”)
vegetation, roses, heath, oaks, steppe, communities, layer, cover, heaths, tundra, carr, oak, althea, lands, type, community, invasion, stratum, ranges, wood, coppice, planting, story, borders, areas, form, land, trees, swamps, vegetations, thickets, tree, zone, herb, desert, doctor, invasions, stage, border, density, associations, encroachment, patches, growth, carrs, habitat, composition, facilitation, response, types, association, clumps, habitats, marshes, coverage, seedlings, willows, forest, height, gout, component, fruits, species, beds, feeding, dynamics, synusia, mats, plantations, grass, bogs, formations, complex, establishment, grassland, deserts, plants, plain, steppes, crops, heathland, bushes, palms, birch

Descriptive words:
small, large, low, deciduous, tall, hardy, beautiful, ornamental, little, erect, common, bushy, growing, handsome, thorny, perennial, native, branched, dense, woody, upright, attractive, compact, spiny, prickly, pretty, slender, like, green, tropical, leaved, prostrate, flowering, wild, aromatic, graceful, vigorous, fine, rounded, sub, sized, useful, flowered, fragrant, excellent, neat, lovely, rare, elegant, south, popular, charming, sweet, foot, scandent, scented, dominant, thick, stunted, showy, mere, leguminous, valuable, indigenous, interesting, known, north, chinese, leafless, japanese, smaller, curious, desirable, leafy, poisonous, occasional, glabrous, evergreen, tiny, delightful, succulent, nearby, looking, magnificent

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See shrub used in context: 5 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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