a belted, hip-length, shirtlike jacket, usually with four patch pockets and a notched collar, adapted from the hunting coat customarily worn in the African bush.
a casual jacket or shirt having four patch pockets and a belt
skill in anything pertaining to bush country, as in finding one’s way, hunting, or finding water. Historical Examples Camp Fire Yarns of the Lost Legion G. Hamilton-Browne Camp Fire Yarns of the Lost Legion G. Hamilton-Browne noun (Austral & NZ) ability and experience in matters concerned with living in the bush
an uncontrolled fire in the trees and bushes of scrubland. noun an uncontrolled fire in the bush; a scrub or forest fire
noun a coarse reedlike grass, Calamagrostis epigejos, 1–11/2 metres (3–41/2 ft) high that grows on damp clay soils in Europe and temperate parts of Asia Historical Examples Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before George Turner The Open Boat and Other Stories Stephen Crane Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before George Turner
a hammer for dressing stone, having one or two square faces composed of a number of pyramidal points. noun a hammer with small pyramids projecting from its working face, used for dressing stone