noun, plural con·vol·vu·lus·es, con·vol·vu·li [kuhn-vol-vyuh-lahy]. /kənˈvɒl vyəˌlaɪ/.
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The Camotes (Convolvulus batatas, L.), not improperly called sweet potatoes, grow to a considerable size.
I chanced on a hedge-sparrow's lately, the whole groundwork of which was composed of the dry vines of the wild white convolvulus.The Hills and the Vale|Richard Jefferies
There are no formal gardens, and flowers are few, except for a large-flowered convolvulus and red tiger-lilies.A Journal from Japan|Marie Carmichael Stopes
The outside of our bungalow is covered with purple convolvulus, and the verandah goes practically all round it.Gray youth|Oliver Onions
Each little garden flames with red poinsettia, purple convolvulus, and yellow daisies.Through the Malay Archipelago|Emily Richings