- n. Plural form of vine.
“The genuine reading is not _marrows, veins_, but _marrows_, vines: the sense is this; _O nature! cease_ to _produce men, ensear thy womb_; but if thou wilt continue to produce them, at least cease to pamper them; _dry up thy marrows_, on which they fatten with _unctuous morsels_, thy _vines_, which give them _liquorish draughts_, and thy _plow-torn leas_.”
“The color of the vines is a red brown .... the clouds and sky were spectacular .... the ground was cold and damp as I lay on my belly.”
“With his shirt on, the tattoos creep above his collar, like vines from a dark place.”
“I love the last one (although the third with the broken windows and vines is also very good).”
“By way of intro, we are talking about a $12 to $14 Tuscan blend of younger vines from a single vineyard that is certified by demeter.”
“The picture of the vines is great -- it looks like fog to me, which would be a bit more romantic than smoke.”
“Unlike most modern grapes it is a pistillate female and so needs to be planted next to male vines from a close sibling variety to achieve pollination.”
“Frederick Frank: After experiencing several record cold winters in 2003 and 2004 my father, Willy, and I discussed pursuing the importation of some virus-free clone N90 riesling vines from the Neustadt Research Station in Germany.”
“Wearing a suit of green and his neck draped in vines, Kors announced, "Green is the new black.”
“The theater is now covered in vines, surrounded by old-growth trees and giant bushes.”
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