from The Century Dictionary.
- Entwined or embraced by means of supporting poles: said of a vineyard. See
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In France, the vines are trained upon poles, seldom more than three or four feet in height; and 'the pole-clipt vineyard' of poetry is not the most inviting of real objects.
Dismissèd bachelor may be easy; pole-clipt vineyard is certainly not, at first sight.
These formed the "pole-clipt Vineyards" of No. 21, and are thus described by
'pole-clipt vineyard' is certainly not, at first sight.