On three sides of the cottage, there was a piazza, with pillars all covered with woodbine and honeysuckle.
I think I know; it has a honeysuckle arch over the gate, hasn't it?
With these the variegated Japan honeysuckle might be freely used, much of its yellow veining turning to a bright red in winter.
He seated them by the railing, along which trailed a honeysuckle vine.
The roses were heavy with rain, and the honeysuckle shook big drops on them, as they ran by.
In summer time climbing roses and honeysuckle bloomed there.
I want a scent of the honeysuckle as the maples and locusts budded forth in what seemed to me the morning of the world—springtime.
Her eyes had a real hungry look in them over that honeysuckle.
She took the golden cover off of the cup containing tea and took some of the honeysuckle flowers and placed them in the tea.
Then I may betray a weakness of my own—and I am glad to—but I love the honeysuckle vine.
mid-13c., from Old English hunigsuge, meaning perhaps honeysuckle, clover, or privet, literally "honey-suck," + diminutive suffix -le. So called because "honey" can be sucked from it. In Middle English sometimes a confused rendering of Latin locusta, taken as the name of a plant.