Definition for grapevine (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for grapevine
The grapevine and the international media were alight with the buzz of the student killed by the police during the demonstration.
Prince Harry has heard on the grapevine that UK pop star Cheryl Cole has a crush on him - and finds it pretty funny.
Every Afghan will know, through radio and the grapevine, the news that Americans burned the Quran.U.S. Must Show It Respects Quran and Its Importance to Afghans|Jere Van Dyk|February 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“I had heard that just from the grapevine so I went and asked her,” Morgan recalls.
Through the grapevine I hear of Dick, a 35-year old attorney in Los Angeles.
This shows that a man lies beneath; the women's tombs are marked by a grapevine or a stem of lotus, also carved in marble.Florence Nightingale the Angel of the Crimea|Laura E. Richards
They tied his hands and feet with a grapevine and drove a long stake through his breast, and planted it far out in the deep water.Myths of the Cherokee|James Mooney
The "grapevine telegraph" was an "institution" during the whole war.Military Reminiscences of the Civil War V2|Jacob Dolson Cox
He walked us toward the powder house, and then, all at once, he shouted at us to throw down our grapevine cigarettes.Swatty|Ellis Parker Butler
There was not sufficient breeze to stir the branches of the locust or the leaves of the grapevine.Fair Harbor|Joseph Crosby Lincoln