Some of the bindweed family, I ought to say, are valuable in medicine.
You think the bindweed and the Traveller's Joy beautiful flowers, and so they are.
We should all be in that bindweed at the other side of the river by now.
Convolvulus, kon-vol′vū-lus, n. a genus of twining or trailing plants, called also bindweed.
But even then she was difficult finding, so cunningly had ivy and blackberry and bindweed woven snares for the trespasser's foot.
In an empty nest, at the top of a tall lime-tree, sat Windekind, with his wreath of bindweed.
I caught him one day hopping about and pecking at the twigs of a Biscayan bindweed.
It is of little use to dig up the ground near the bushes, for the bindweed is twisted all among their roots.
Close to the hedge are some gooseberry and currant bushes, and into these the bindweed has climbed.
See how tightly the bindweed stems are twisted round the boughs of this currant bush.