a hammer for dressing stone, having one or two square faces composed of a number of pyramidal points.
a hammer with small pyramids projecting from its working face, used for dressing stone
a device, pulled behind a tractor, having one or more blades spinning parallel to the ground and attached radially to a central axis, used for cutting vegetation and clearing land. bush-hog. to clear (land) by using a bush hog.
any of several shrubs of the genus Diervilla, of eastern North America, having clusters of yellowish flowers.
Dialect. a tool with a curved blade and long handle used to cut bushes and undergrowth.
a huckleberry shrub, Gaylussacia dumosa, having sticky, hairy twigs, white or pink flowers, and tasteless but edible black fruit.