shrubby [shruhb-ee] ExamplesWord Origin adjective, shrub·bi·er, shrub·bi·est.
A few are shrubby, and others are from small to large trees.
Austin C. Apgar
It is often shrubby, and is more valuable for its bark than its wood.
Henry H. Gibson
It is simply a part of the undergrowth, a shrubby little tree.
Julia Ellen Rogers
It was open to the sky and ringed at the top with shrubby growth.
E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
There is a race of shrubby Calceolarias, but it is little known in this country.
C. E. Hunn
British Dictionary definitions for shrubby shrubby adjective -bier or -biest
- consisting of, planted with, or abounding in shrubs
- resembling a shrub
Derived Formsshrubbiness, noun