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noun as in latticework

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Its three bay windows open expansively on to an abandoned garden, where trusting rabbits can sometimes be seen leaping through the trellises like figures in an ancient tapestry.

Each of these so-called Canaries will also tow a sort of underwater trellis made of steel wire, known as the Tadpole, tethering together vases in which giant bladder kelp can grow.

The fatigued Paradise Guest House sign was washed-out and the wide front porch with its handcrafted trellis lusted for paint.

A few weeks ago I was balancing precariously on a chair in my backyard, hanging a shimmering side of trout from a wooden trellis so it could dry in the cool air.

From Eater

But the “head-trained” (as opposed to snaked into a wire trellis) vines in Lodi, Calif., are anywhere from 40 to 100 years old.

Neither are there any terraces and verandahs adorned with elegant trellis-work and flowers, as there are in other warm countries.

Black Hood took to a stout iron trellis, climbed quickly to the second story where he found a bedroom window open.

She leaned close to the trellis, and parting the sprays of clematis that covered it looked into a corner of the room.

In the mosque stands a plain sarcophagus, surrounded by a marble trellis-work.

I stepped into the house straightway, and told Hard Cider to order the trellis lumber for me.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trellis, such as: arbor, lattice, espalier, framework, grille, and screen.

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