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vined

[ vahynd ]

adjective

  1. covered or decorated with vines or representations of vines:

    a vined brick wall; vined wallpaper.



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Word History and Origins

Origin of vined1

First recorded in 1570–80; vine + -ed 3

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Example Sentences

They could easily see the movement of white between the green vined lattice.

A vined pergola, flower gardens, swings, tennis courts and croquet grounds gave the place a most unranch-like appearance.

She did me the honor, late in the afternoon of this day, to occupy an easy-chair within my vined porch.

It faces on Twenty-fifth Street, just beyond the stable, and backs up into the grape-vined, fence-crossed rectangle at the back.

They had a concert in the open quadrangle, with vined cloisters on all four sides, and holy statues and crucifixes about.

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