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brack·en
[brak-uhn]
NOUN
1.
a large fern or brake, especially Pteridium aquilinum.
2.
a cluster or thicket of such ferns; an area overgrown with ferns and shrubs.
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Bracken definition, a large fern or brake, especially Pteridium aquilinum. See more.

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An uncommon reference to tobacco or "burn" in southern England.

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bracken meaning: a large fern (= a type of plant) that grows thickly in open areas of countryside, especially on hills, and in woods. Learn more.

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Definition of bracken - a tall fern with coarse lobed fronds, which occurs worldwide and can cover large areas.

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The forest floor was nearly bare, except for clumps of charcoal and a few short stems of bracken fern and fireweed, a hot pink flower whose seeds often blow in  ...

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Bracken definition: Bracken is a large plant with leaves that are divided into many thin sections . It grows... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Define bracken. bracken synonyms, bracken pronunciation, bracken translation, English dictionary definition of bracken. n. 1. A fern found worldwide, with large, ...

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Define bracken (noun) and get synonyms. What is bracken (noun)? bracken ( noun) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Right now, all but the largest stones are almost invisible in the bracken, and many of them are broken, listing or so faded by time and weather as to be nearly  ...