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hedge British & World English

A fence or boundary formed by closely growing bushes or shrubs

hedge English Thesaurus

houses concealed behind high hedges

hedge-hop British & World English

Fly an aircraft at a very low altitude

hedge brown British & World English

Another term for gatekeeper222.

hedge fund British & World English

An offshore investment fund, typically formed as a private limited partnership, that engages in speculation using credit or borrowed capital

hedge garlic British & World English

Another term for Jack-by-the-hedge.

hedge-laying British & World English

The process of making or maintaining a hedge by weaving partly cut branches through the upright stems of a row of shrubs

hedge sparrow British & World English

Another term for dunnock.

hedge trimmer British & World English

An electric tool with a blade like a chainsaw, used for cutting back bushes, shrubs, and hedges

hedge clippers British & World English

A tool resembling a large pair of scissors, used for cutting back bushes, shrubs, and hedges

hedge one's bets British & World English

Avoid committing oneself when faced with a difficult choice

Jack-by-the-hedge British & World English

A white-flowered European plant of the cabbage family, which grows typically in hedgerows and has leaves that smell of garlic when crushed

hedge one's bets in hedge British & World English

Avoid committing oneself when faced with a difficult choice

hedge clipper in hedge clippers British & World English

A tool resembling a large pair of scissors, used for cutting back bushes, shrubs, and hedges

mustard British & World English

Used in names of related plants, only some of which are used to produce mustard for the table, e.g. hedge mustard

bindweed British & World English

A twining plant with trumpet-shaped flowers, several kinds of which are invasive weeds

hedge or larger bindweed in bindweed British & World English

A twining plant with trumpet-shaped flowers, several kinds of which are invasive weeds

hedge mustard in mustard British & World English

Used in names of related plants, only some of which are used to produce mustard for the table, e.g. hedge mustard

a pair of hedge clippers in hedge clippers British & World English

A tool resembling a large pair of scissors, used for cutting back bushes, shrubs, and hedges