- adj. overgrown with ivy
“I stood at the massive, ivy-covered gate in my Catholic schoolgirl uniform: blue-and-gray plaid pleated skirt, crisp Peter Pan-collared shirt, kneesocks, and shiny black spit-polished shoes.”
“At the back of Steven Smith Teamaker's ivy-covered brick Portland tea salon is a blending room, or "lab," with long metal tables and teapots.”
“Down the street, the bride and groom clasp hands and stand against the ivy-covered brick wall.”
“We were especially taken with the "Tropical America" exhibit, housed in an ivy-covered Victorian building.”
“And yet, the kind of serious innovation that's challenging old models of higher ed -- what people in the field like to call disruptive innovation -- is not only happening outside of ivy-covered walls.”
“The campus connects its ivy-covered gray stone buildings with footpaths, idyllic small greens, and courtyards that create an intimate village-like scale.”
“I traveled down the steps cut into the hillside and through the damp grass—grass that became taller and thicker until I was weaving through prickly thorn trees and past an ivy-covered gate.”
“The bad news is that it took about six months for them to come cut down an ivy-covered poplar tree that the Daily Gripe reported was in danger of touching a power line after a spate of summer storms.”
“Hidden away in the back streets of Stroud Green in Finsbury Park, the ivy-covered Faltering Fullback is four pubs in one.”
“Their words and drawings were created by the same husband-and-wife team, and they were both inspired by where the couple lives: a steep, windy, densely foliaged neighborhood across from a dark forest of ivy-covered trees filled with coyotes and owls.”
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