In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He never found me, I only saw him crashing through the trees and underbrush like a herd of wild buffalo.
- The vast forest surrounding the cliffs where he'd found Shanae was dense and thick with underbrush.
- They nest on islands or inland in dense forests with thick moss but little underbrush.
- It was thick with trees and underbrush and stretched far into the distance.
- It would also help if the woods weren't so densely populated with trees and underbrush.
- Riho entered the forest, pushing the branches and underbrush out of her way angrily.
- The approaching figures crashed through the underbrush of the nearby copse.
- John and Alissa walked in silence through the dense trees and underbrush of the forest.
- Maggie stepped forward out of the underbrush and felt wood under her feet.
- She paused at the edge of the woods, mustered her courage, and plowed into the underbrush.
- There was a rustling noise from the ground and Kayla popped out of the underbrush.
- They stepped slowly through an almost wall of trees and underbrush and into a large clearing.
- Merida was barely the size of a large house cat, but she was still small enough to lose in the forest underbrush.
- I hop over the railing and land on some grass as it grows with other underbrush in the backyard.
- In the distance, I heard the sound of footsteps crashing through underbrush.
- Ian called her and heard the sound of movement in the underbrush from the woods bordering the road.
- Towards the east end, the direction they were headed, lay more plants and underbrush.
- The two mares raced through underbrush, scaring up grouse, rabbit, and a flock of pheasant.
- However, there is no underbrush, none can thrive in the malnourished soil.
- She was surprised that the man didn't even stumble on the thick underbrush in the dark.
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