How to use trumpet vine in a sentence
Not till Felix comes to her in the chamber above the dining hall—there where that trumpet vine hangs—comes to say good-by to her.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories | Kate Chopin
He made no reply: as the veteran observer of a day, he had somewhat outgrown the trumpet-vine arbour and the ruby-throat.
Arrange the trumpet vine and the trees in place before the play begins.The White Christmas and other Merry Christmas Plays | Walter Ben Hare
All around the trunk and up the trunk clambered the trumpet-vine.
She did not know that it was the ruby-throat, seeking the trumpet-vine where Audubon painted him.
British Dictionary definitions for trumpet vine
either of two bignoniaceous vines, Campsis radicans of the eastern US or C. grandiflora of E Asia, with clumps of trumpet-shaped flowers: grown as ornamentals: Also called: trumpet climber, trumpet flower
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