Origin of trellis
Words nearby trellis
How to use trellis in a sentence
Its three bay windows open expansively on to an abandoned garden, where trusting rabbits can sometimes be seen leaping through the trellises like figures in an ancient tapestry.Rodin, a Cadaver, and the Scandal That Nearly Derailed Him|Erin Zaleski|November 19, 2021|The Daily Beast
Each of these so-called Canaries will also tow a sort of underwater trellis made of steel wire, known as the Tadpole, tethering together vases in which giant bladder kelp can grow.Companies hoping to grow carbon-sucking kelp may be rushing ahead of the science|James Temple|September 19, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The fatigued Paradise Guest House sign was washed-out and the wide front porch with its handcrafted trellis lusted for paint.Paradise lost: Remembering the popular Rehoboth men’s guest house|James Sears|September 2, 2021|Washington Blade
A few weeks ago I was balancing precariously on a chair in my backyard, hanging a shimmering side of trout from a wooden trellis so it could dry in the cool air.
But the “head-trained” (as opposed to snaked into a wire trellis) vines in Lodi, Calif., are anywhere from 40 to 100 years old.
Neither are there any terraces and verandahs adorned with elegant trellis-work and flowers, as there are in other warm countries.
Black Hood took to a stout iron trellis, climbed quickly to the second story where he found a bedroom window open.
She leaned close to the trellis, and parting the sprays of clematis that covered it looked into a corner of the room.Summer|Edith Wharton
In the mosque stands a plain sarcophagus, surrounded by a marble trellis-work.
I stepped into the house straightway, and told Hard Cider to order the trellis lumber for me.The Idyl of Twin Fires|Walter Prichard Eaton