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vine

noun as in climbing plant

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Later, when spring comes, the vines don’t have to take time to grow stems and then leaves.

Grape vines and Virginia creeper vines are among the best, Margolis finds.

So now, while you can still find a few tomatoes clinging to life on the scraggly fall vines, do yourself a favor and whip up a tall BLT first thing in the morning.

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These faux ivy vines are constructed out of a mixture of silk and plastic, and have two leaf sizes for a more natural look.

Ivy vines can be used for party decor, often found at weddings, birthdays or to enhance gazebo or patio displays.

I never actually tried to swing from tree vine to tree vine, but I did consider it.

Akbar and McCain raced out of the courtroom, recording a celebratory Vine in the elevator.

Ayahuasca/yagé is a psychoactive brew made from the Banisteriopsis caapi vine.

The vine and the ceremony are deeply entwined with South American indigenous religions of the Amazon.

Let a shaman wave vine leaves over her and enforce a little semi-public shaming.

This has a warm though a thin soil, which must be highly favorable to the Vine to induce so exclusive a devotion to it.

The Vine is a universal favorite, and rarely out of view; while it often seems to cover half the ground in sight.

The Vine appears at intervals, but is not general through this region: Indian Corn is also rare, and appears in small patches.

The vintage hath mourned, the vine hath languished away, all the merry have sighed.

Knowing the man and recognizing the mood, Coombes became silent, and this silence he did not break all the way to Vine Street.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vine, such as: creeper, creeping plant, and trailing plant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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