BUSHIE

Etymology

Noun

bushie (plural bushies)

(AU, colloquial) Someone who lives in or is familiar with the Australian outback; a bushman or bushwoman.

Etymology

Noun

Bushie (plural Bushies)

(US, politics) A political supporter of fan of U.S. President Bush (either Bush 43, or Bush 41, or both Presidents George Bush)

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