One woman is focused intently on wrapping and unwrapping a tendril of hair around her finger.
Lower, lower still, till a tendril of dark hair that had strayed across her forehead quivered beneath his breath.
Yes, she was my girl, devoted to me, attached to me by every tendril of her being.
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.
His stomach, less resigned than he was, rebelled, and he was obliged to fasten a tendril of wild-vine tightly about his waist.
It was probably derived from an old form of leaf and tendril.
In his hand he held a few inches of little vine, with leaf and tendril and at the side a single pale pink blossom.
Leaf of Lathyrus Aphaca, consisting of a pair of stipules and a tendril.
It contained only the photograph of a pretty girl, a tendril of fair hair, and the word "Sally."