Yes, she was my girl, devoted to me, attached to me by every tendril of her being.
Phototropic response of the tendril of Passiflora: Experiment 145.
He plucks the tendril from a vine, smells it, and puts it in his mouth.
Grapevines climbed the posts and tendril shadows were on the ground beneath.
Ah, never: but as you leave the garden—pluck one tendril from the vine.
That of course makes it less probable that the tendril will be broken.
The shape of the tendril is all that can be said in its favour.
It was probably derived from an old form of leaf and tendril.
To every object a memory had attached itself; a memory that had also a tendril in their hearts.
Piece of the stem of Virginia Creeper, bearing a leaf and a tendril.