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copse definition

  • noun:
    • A thicket of tiny trees or shrubs; a coppice.
    • A thicket of little woods or bushes.
    • A wood of little growth; a thicket of brushwood. See coppice.
    • view coppice.
    • Same as cops.
    • a dense development of shrubs
    • A thicket of tiny woods or shrubs; a coppice.
    • A thicket of little trees or bushes.
    • A wood of tiny growth; a thicket of brushwood. See coppice.
    • See coppice.
    • Same as cops.
    • a dense growth of bushes
  • verb:
    • To cut or reduce.
    • To plant and protect.
    • To trim or reduce.
    • To plant and protect.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cut or reduce; -- stated of tiny trees, brushwood, tufts of lawn, etc.
    • To plant and protect, as a copse.
    • To trim or reduce; -- stated of little woods, brushwood, tufts of grass, etc.
    • To grow and preserve, as a copse.
  • others:
    • To reduce or trim, as brushwood, tufts of grass, and stuff like that.
    • To plant or protect, as underwoods.
    • To inclose like in a copse.
    • to make a coppice; develop once again from the roots after being decrease, as brushwood.
    • additionally coppice.
    • To cut or cut, as brushwood, tufts of lawn, and the like.
    • To grow or preserve, as underwoods.
    • To inclose like in a copse.
    • to create a coppice; mature again from the roots after being decrease, as brushwood.
    • In addition coppice.
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