Origin of liana
Related formsli·a·noid, adjective
Examples from the Web for liana
Mamoon and his second wife, Liana, hope it will revive his reputation, and “prompt the reissuing of his books in forty languages.”
To an extent, such ambitions are complementary, yet Liana is not interested in “extreme biography.”
He then slaps and punches another woman, Liana Kanelli, from the Communist Party, across the face—three times.
To Liana he brought the echo of that beloved voice, which had once said to her heaven: "Let it be!"
There was a green liana hanging from a high limb and the end of the liana had been tied around the ankles of a man.Swept Out to Sea|W. Bertram Foster
To the aged and saintly court chaplain, Spener, Liana at last brought her perplexities.
Liana thanked the gardener before she came to the blossoms; then she praised them and his pains.
Liana, trying to remove the veil, in her haste to welcome her, entangled herself in the little red dawn.