The poison-ivy is in its glory, and no tupelo, no sugar-maple, can rival its scarlet and vermilion.
She leaped to her feet and fought them wildly with her branch of poison-ivy.
I suppose he's so taken up with his poison-ivy business that he can't think of anything else.
Do poison-ivy and Virginia creeper belong to the same family?
It is closely allied to the poison-ivy of the Eastern States, and very similar in its effects.
I'd thought of poison-ivy or some kind of plant they'd been grubbing at.
The hand in which she had held the poison-ivy was beginning to itch and swell.
If you do not know the poison-ivy, remember this: It is the three-leaved ivy.
Look at the poison-ivy, but do not touch it, and you will see it climbing over tree-trunks and fence-posts by means of rootlets.
I seem to picture her in the privacy of the home circle brewing a great jorum of poison-ivy tea.
poison ivy n.
A North American shrub or vine that has compound leaves with three leaflets, small green flowers, and whitish berries and that causes a rash on contact. Also called poison oak.