noun, plural i·vies.
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OTHER WORDS FROM ivyi·vy·like, adjective
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From the religious (‘The Holly and the Ivy’) to the secular (‘The Chipmunk Song’), my top 20.
In Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy, the self-induced, self-absorbed Greek tragedy of Andrew Lohse.
The Ivy League and other top schools are producing no more than ‘excellent sheep,’ says William Deresiewicz.
I used to work at an elite Manhattan hedge fund that recruited almost exclusively from the Ivy League and its equivalents.The Ivy League Provides the Best Trade Schools Around|Nick Romeo|August 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
CrowdMed is also a system where Ivy League diplomas and prestigious residencies carry no clout.Strangers Diagnose Your Illness and Get Cash in Return|Kevin Zawacki|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Beyond it, amid tall elms, was the old church with its square tower hung with ivy.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906|Lucy Maud Montgomery
Over head the wind plays in the garlands of ivy, and the clouds pass swiftly across the deep blue sky.The Wye and Its Associations|Leitch Ritchie
Ivy was growing in fresh clusters between the crevices of the polished rock.The Dead Command|Vicente Blasco Ibez
The rocks by the stream were often covered with ivy and overhung by sprays of pink roses.Kashmir|Sir Francis Edward Younghusband
We descend, skirting for some distance the monastery walls, over which patches of ivy hang like green shawls.Saunterings|Charles Dudley Warner