Synonyms for tendrils

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Put four pounds of pure honey into a still, with twelve handfuls of the tendrils of vines, and the same quantity of rosemary tops.

And she touched her forehead, where tendrils of fair hair were blowing in the breeze.

Canes numerous, with some bloom at the nodes; tendrils intermittent.

Canes thick, light to dark brown; tendrils continuous, bifid.

They are climbing or running plants, and provided with tendrils.

Supposing all danger to have passed, the Hart began to nibble the tendrils of the Vine.

The tendrils have some sense, for they do not grasp each other when young.

Knowledge is like the root of a tree, attaching man by its tendrils to the life about him.

Stem slender, creeping, and furnished with tendrils, or claspers.

The thing was aware of movement when Jason brushed its tendrils.