(a) With filiform tentacles; the commonest type, seen in bougainvillea (fig. 13), Eudendrium, &c.
Jefferson sat in the shade of the bougainvillea and pondered some letters.
And this time he paused, on the brink of a dark canyon of a lane, running back between walls hung with bougainvillea.
The gardens are full of camellias, roses, bougainvillea, &c.
The courtyard roofed in by the bougainvillea would have seemed sad and deserted without her.
Fig. 34 represents, after Allman, a colony of bougainvillea fruticosa of the natural size.
He thrust the weapon into my innocent hand and began to pull at my bougainvillea vine as if it were in his way.
Great vines of the magenta-colored bougainvillea, "the glory of Mexico," hanging everywhere, further enliven it.
Wolf crossed the flags, and when he stopped by the bougainvillea his face was red.
They have an old house, trimmed with bougainvillea outside and lined with books inside.
type of woody vine, 1866, named for French navigator Louis Bougainville (1729-1811).