The streets beyond were exotic, dangerous, strange—shanties and creeper weed, the mountains marking the horizon.
To-day it pleased her to decorate the table with Virginia creeper.
The esquine partly resembles a creeper and partly a bramble.
They call me the creeper because I am always creeping over the timber in search of insects.
Lay it out in the bay,” said Will, “with a creeper at each end.
On the hillside at the rear of the gray old barn the red leaves of a creeper flamed amid the summer foliage.
I fancy, too, that we may have exaggerated the monotony of the creeper's lot.
A judicious planting of Virginia creeper helps the appearance of buildings both good and bad.
There are descriptions of the creeper's music which liken it to a wren's.
But when the rude hand of death interferes, we are as a stream whose outlet is barred, as a creeper whose stay is broken.