Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Covered with vines.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Clad or covered with vines.

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Examples

  • Then I had ridden up through the vine-clad hills and rolling pastures of the ranch, and arrived at the farm-house in time for another drink and supper.

    Chapter 1

  • You with your vine-clad hills, your sunsets and your sunrises, your homely fare and simple round of living!

    WHEN GOD LAUGHS

  • • Le Trianon, avenue des Bains, Parc des Thermes, Allevard, +33 4 7671 9617, letrianon-allevard.frAlsace surprises the visitor, not just with the strange Germanic dialect and its colourful half-timbered gingerbread houses clustered in tiny villages surrounded by rolling vine-clad hills, but also with some of the country's finest cuisine.

    Budget bourguignon: cheap eats in France

  • On over 250 acres and bordering the Yarra River, this 1854 Relais et Chateaux property is lushly comfortable, and from four-poster antique beds 'roos peer back at you through huge windows overlooking the vine-clad hills.

    Lea Lane: Only Have a Week? A Deluxe Quickie to Oz

  • Then there was Mark Twain, who found his muses in a vine-clad garden pavilion, his "cozy nest."

    Outer Sanctum: Why we love to step outside the box to think inside the shed

  • “Then I had ridden up through the vine-clad hills and rolling pastures of the ranch, and arrived at the farm-house in time for another drink and supper.”

    LAST CALL

  • Troezen, and Eiones, and vine-clad Epidaurus, and the island of

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • She waters her horses from Meles deep in reeds, and swiftly drives her all-golden chariot through Smyrna to vine-clad

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • Yes! it is harder than common, Horace, for us to think of you, still glad somewhere, among rivers like Liris and plains and vine-clad hills, that

    Letters to Dead Authors

  • The group [he says] represents the vine-clad carriageway in front of the farm-house.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

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