pucker-brush \'puhk-er-'bruhsh\ n - Also: pecker-brush; 1. Generic compound word denoting indigenous scrub-brush or other non-landscaped foliage; "That dog's treed a porcupine over there in the pucker-brush." 2. Word used to describe anywhere you didn't originally intend to be, usu. a roadside ditch or somewhere off of a sled or wheeler trail; "Buddy got rightoutaver and put his truck in the pucker-brush." The term is likely derived from the common physiological reaction to finding oneself in the pucker-brush. See also: rhubarb.