with bristly

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  • They are heavily built rodents, with bristly brown fur speckled with yellow or grey.
  • "A huge black boy with bristly hair?" she interpolated. Cited from On The Firing Line, by A. C. Ray and H. B. Fuller
  • Beyond the barricade was a little meadow, shoulder deep in a curious grass with bristly heads which grew very thickly. Cited from The Iron Star, by John Preston True
  • The plain whereon stood the great city of Sipus is covered, now, with bristly herbage. Cited from Old Calabria, by Norman Douglas
  • It is an annual plant growing to 30 cm tall, with bristly stems.
  • They were conceived to be covered with bristly hair, their heads decorated with short, sprouting horns, and their feet like goats' feet. Cited from Bulfinch's Mythology, by Thomas Bulfinch
  • Dodge was a little, fat American, with bristly, black hair and beard, and quick, beady eyes. Cited from Three Elephant Power Etc., Banjo Paterson
  • This is a shrub reaching a maximum height between one and two meters, with bristly, glandular twigs.
  • The body is sparsely covered with bristly hairs and a more dense region of hairs runs along the spine and forms a crest.
  • They are generally herbs, covered with bristly hairs.
  • The oblong leaves are up to 3 centimeters long, edged with bristly teeth, and sometimes divided into lobes.
  • In the courtyard Nekhludoff met an officer with bristly moustaches, and asked for the assistant-inspector. Cited from Resurrection, by Leo Tolstoy [Leo Tolstoi]
  • The leaves are ovate cordate with bristly crenatures with numerous weak hairs above and glabrous below.
  • Large showy flowers often appear in abundance after summer monsoon rains, with bristly trichomes, stipules, and orange corollas.
  • Leaves higher on the stem are up to 3.5 centimeters long and are divided into narrow lobes with bristly edges.
  • The soft succulent leaves grow in rosettes, and are lanceolate with bristly margins.
  • Clerids have elongated bodies with bristly hairs, are usually bright colored, and have variable antennae.
  • The inflorescence is generally a cluster of flower heads lined with bristly, glandular phyllaries.
  • They wore helmets made to resemble the heads of ferocious wild beasts, crested with bristly hair or surmounted by bright feather plumes. Cited from By Right of Conquest, by G. A. Henty
  • It is a perennial herb reaching heights between 30 centimeters and nearly two meters with bristly, fuzzy green to brown erect stems.
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