noun, plural con·vol·vu·lus·es, con·vol·vu·li [kuh n-vol-vyuh-lahy] /kənˈvɒl vyəˌlaɪ/.
Origin of convolvulus
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Historical Examples of convolvulus
He saw it creeping into the stained trumpet of a Tyrian convolvulus.The Picture of Dorian Gray
Nature, in learning to form a lily, turned out a convolvulus.
Every wall is green with moss and gay with masses of convolvulus and nasturtium.Brittany
Mortimer Menpes and Dorothy Menpes
The inner half of the tubuli is narrow, cylindrical; the outer half funnel-like dilated, similar to the flower of Convolvulus.
The principal genera are Convolvulus, Ipoma and their allies.Botany for Ladies