Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Furnished with tendrils, or with such or so many, tendrils.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having tendrils; provided with tendrils.

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Examples

  • Ars Technica's Julian Sanchez has a fascinating report on models of the blogosphere's many-tendriled thought sharing that go far beyond information-thin "A is connected to B is connected to ..." mappings ...

    Daily Digest: For Open Government, It's Put Up (Online) Time

  • Imaging the Blogosphere: Ars Technica's Julian Sanchez has a fascinating report on models of the blogosphere's many-tendriled thought sharing that go far beyond information-thin "A is connected to B is connected to ..." mappings.

    Daily Digest: On Blogosphere Imaging, SEC's XBRL, and "White-Collar Populism"

  • The fluted white flowers with their gray-green leaves tendriled around pinwheel flowers of pale green.

    The Wayward Muse

  • She looked beautiful, cheeks flushed from the cold, strands of dark hair tendriled around her face.

    The Life You Longed For

  • Tomalia realized — unfortunately about two decades before the rest of the world — that his man-made, tendriled molecule could be used in targeted drug delivery.

    Killing Viruses with Nanotech becoming more Realistic | Impact Lab

  • Althea had come in from the streets, her sandals dusty, her hair tendriled with perspiration at her brow and the back of her neck.

    The Mad Ship

  • Its tendriled embrace broke, and Carl collapsed onto the duff-cushioned ground.

    In Other Worlds

  • The thornwing's stately walk stopped a pace away;, and its tendriled arms lifted and opened.

    In Other Worlds

  • We could operate on the tendriled ones, of course, and make it safe for them to go outside, but we've reached the stage where we want a few tendriled slans around, so that the others can see what their descendants will be like in a few generations.

    Slan

  • Most of them are tendriled, although a few tendrilless ones -- descendants, like myself, of the earliest successful volunteers for the survival experiments in gene transformation -- have always known the truth and been part of our organization.

    Slan

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