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OTHER WORDS FROM ivyi·vy·like, adjective
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The species that the algorithm had the most trouble identifying were invasive plants like ivies, which usually hug on to houses or walls.
We were talking about bringing a similar thing over, because there’s even more people taking photos of a house or cat or ivy.
Less than two days later, poison ivy’s evil active ingredient, urushiol, had done its rash-causing thing on both my legs, part of my left arm, and one of my eyeballs.
She differentiated each tree and fencepost by the pattern of the English ivy wrapped upon it.Five Scientists on the Heroes Who Changed Their Lives - Issue 93: Forerunners|Alan Lightman, Hope Jahren, Robert Sapolsky,|December 2, 2020|Nautilus
The set comes with 24 pieces of ivy, each about 78 inches long.The best faux plants to bring a little green to your home or office|PopSci Commerce Team|October 5, 2020|Popular-Science
His most recommended plant was tree ivy—its juices sprayed up the nostrils.
From the religious (‘The Holly and the Ivy’) to the secular (‘The Chipmunk Song’), my top 20.
White, upper-middle-class, Ivy-League educated white men, however Great they are, are falling out of power.A Few Great Men Too Many: Aaron Sorkin Doesn’t Think You Can Handle the Truth|Arthur Chu|December 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy, the self-induced, self-absorbed Greek tragedy of Andrew Lohse.
Ironically enough this madrassa is run mostly by Ivy League-educated Jews.How Aasif Mandvi Became Jon Stewart’s Favorite Jihadi|Dean Obeidallah|November 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The villa and its terrace were built of white stone, but a large portion of the walls was covered with ivy.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Now under the ivy-laden branches of a tall old tree an owl startles them with its shriek.Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
It has a huge ivy-covered tower and its interior gives every evidence of the age-lasting solidity of the English churches.
Around us rose the broken, straggling walls, bare and bleak, without a shred of ivy or wall-flower to hide their grim nakedness.
The church, half covered by ivy and standing against a background of fine trees, presents a beautiful picture.