Origin of liana
OTHER WORDS FROM lianali·a·noid, adjective
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How to use liana in a sentence
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.
The “Baavian-touw” (Anglice, “baboon-rope”) is a species of climbing plant, or liana, with long stems and heart-shaped leaves.The Vee-Boers|Mayne Reid
Unless, as Norris had conjectured, he had swung himself over the bank by the means of some liana.
Nowhere, so far as the forest followed the stream, was there a loose liana near the bank on either side.
Doors and windows may be made of wickerwork of liana, of split cabbage palm, or of a frame of sticks thatched with palm leaves.
All this framework is firmly bound together by means of ropes of liana (fig. 7).