Shrubs, small trees, and the like, in a wood or forest, growing beneath large trees; undergrowth.
The brush growing in a forest. undercut. In felling a tree, the initial cut that removes a wedge-shaped piece of wood and determines the direction of fall. Syn. face cut.
the brush (small trees and bushes and ferns etc.) growing beneath taller trees in a wood or forest
shrubs,bushes, or small trees growing beneath large trees in a wood or forest
Underbrush consists of the small trees, shrubs, herbs, and other small plants that grow under the tall trees in a forest .
The shrub and tall herb layer under a forest canopy.
Underbrush: subter ramale (commonly referred to as the understory), is any small shrubbery found underneath or near a tree or forest. Though underbrush is commonly thought of as simply the shrubbery in deciduous forests, it can also include shrubbery in place such as the Savanna of Africa. Underbrush is normally located in damp or humid climates and prefers shaded areas but can also be found in sunny plain areas like that of Texas.