Brush in a sentence

Definition of Brush

(transitive) To clean with a brush. | (transitive) To untangle or arrange with a brush. | (transitive) To apply with a brush.

Short Example Sentence for Brush

  • 1. And brush his hair and his beard.
  • 2. His horses he had concealed in the brush west of the town.
  • 3. I really must go in and brush up a bit, as you suggest.
  • 4. That shall ye sir, a brush there, hoe!
  • 5. Conceal the rest of your force in the brush along the base of the mountain.
  • 6. The rest of you advance through the brush until you nearly reach the road.
  • 7. Cotton-tails huddled beneath the greasewood brush and nibbled at the grasses.
  • 8. I fight when it suits me, and take to the brush when I want to.
  • 9. A few minutes later, Tenlow strode from the brush leading his pony.
  • 10. Home range and mobility of brush rabbits in California Chaparral.

How to use Brush in a Sentence?

  • 1. Even in all his varied and exciting adventures he had never had a brush with such an adversary.
  • 2. To right and left his men were beating the brush in an effort to find the fugitives.
  • 3. Forms in brush piles, and thickets were visited and the inhabitants identified.
  • 4. Our boatman built for our accommodation, a brush shanty in the place of our tents.
  • 5. The men then were placed in single line in the edge of the brush facing the open field.
  • 6. Let this stand for fifteen minutes, then turn out on a dish and brush over with a well-beaten egg.
  • 7. In moderate weather resting places in grass forms, brush piles and thickets were used.
  • 8. This they followed rapidly, crossing wide plains of sage brush and cactus throughout the day.
  • 9. I hear the brush of the grass, the trip, trip, trip, as the herbage is brushed.
  • 10. In the brush where Mr. Penrose had been sleeping tranquilly other things were happening.
  • 11. There was not a glimmer of moonlight or starlight to guide him as he went stumbling and crashing through the brush to his rag residence.
  • 12. It took them much longer to dress than usual, because they had not stopped to brush their tails out the night before.
  • 13. To their utter dismay, there was a woman running out of the thicket of brush some twenty meters away.
  • 14. They piled brush where the wire had parted, filling the opening with an almost impassable barrier of twisted branches.
  • 15. She tried to brush the tears away with her fingers; but one or two slipped past and dropped on her dress.
  • 16. Make a light puff paste and cut into pieces about 4 inches square; brush them over with white of egg.
  • 17. Finally, they covered the prairie-grave with brush to protect it from the coyotes, and rode slowly home in twos and threes.
  • 18. She had a rooted aversion to taking baths, and would never brush her teeth unless some one stood over her and saw it done.
  • 19. At intervals a smaller edifice, crowned by an old brush and swinging lantern, invited to a temporary shebeen.
  • 20. Midway between the lapping water and the brush that lined the edge of the flat, a dark object became visualized in the shifting gray vapor.
  • 21. The earth here was covered by some withered cabbage stalks, broken twigs, and other brush which he pushed aside hurriedly.
  • 22. Two or three small parties of guerrillas had been sighted, but they took to the brush at the sight of the Federals.
  • 23. If possible, the individual will take refuge in a hiding place such as a rock outcrop, brush pile, or thicket.
  • 24. In their front was a forest of pitch pine, on their right a marsh covered with thick brush wood, on their left a low hill.
  • 25. Already the patch of brush in which lay the renegade Policemen was hidden in the smudge, shut away from our sight.
  • 26. Apart, and moving, we might have scattered in the brush like young quail, and so have been able to give the gentlemen a hard run for the money.
  • 27. Forms in grass clumps were the usual resting place for cottontails, but others in brush piles, rock outcrops, and tree stumps were also used.
  • 28. It was, in fact, a very pretty and domestic scene, a little village of half a dozen buildings and a net-work of white limestone and brush corrals.
  • 29. Natural history of the brush mouse (Peromyscus boylii) in Kansas with description of a new subspecies.
  • 30. In the brush that concealed our horses Piegan dismounted, and, seating himself tailor-fashion on the ground, began to fill his pipe.