Noun(1) very spiny and dense evergreen shrub with fragrant golden-yellow flowers; common throughout western Europe
(1) With daffodils, those welcome harbingers of Spring, surging through the top soil in local gardens, roses, daisies, furze , etc. in full bloom as the seasons truly merge, the Yuletide spirit was late arriving this year.(2) There is something a little sinister about it, amid that green and fecund landscape, with its skirting of pine and silver birch and the furze and bracken above.(3) People pull up in their cars, run behind the furze and dump everything out of sight.(4) On our way from school in spring, a favourite pastime was to set fire to clumps of furze that grew in fields along the road.(5) The droplets of dew hung from the yellow furze and they glistened like a thousand diamonds.(6) If the Londoner visitor to our ├ö├ç├┐province of houses├ö├ç├û tire or of the inevitable urban hurry and worry, he could do no better than take a leisurely walking-trip among those ├ö├ç├┐high grassy and furzy downs, coombs, or ewe-leases.├ö├ç├û(7) These two paints alone, across the full range from masstone to tint, mix a remarkably evocative range of colors - a furzy tan, ripe orange red, deep brown, granite gray, jet black, indigo, a deep dark blue and a cool sky blue.(8) From Tavistock to Lidford we travel under the shadow of Dartmoor's furzy slopes; from Lidford to Launceston we journey through a fertile and beautifully wooded district, all hill and hollow.
1. whin ::
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