MACRO SHOT – The tendrils INTERWINE with gentle undulations.
The tendrils at the ends move with a life of their own, straining to be joined.
As she leaned in to blow out the candles, tendrils of smoke wafted up above her head.
Canes long to medium, numerous, covered with rather thick blue bloom; tendrils intermittent, bifid and trifid.
Put four pounds of pure honey into a still, with twelve handfuls of the tendrils of vines, and the same quantity of rosemary tops.
It was planted in the midst of a vineyard, with avenues stretching in all directions, under a network of stems and tendrils.
Supposing all danger to have passed, the Hart began to nibble the tendrils of the Vine.
Canes long, numerous, thick; tendrils usually intermittent, bifid to trifid.
Knowledge is like the root of a tree, attaching man by its tendrils to the life about him.
Canes numerous, thick, dark brown; nodes enlarged; tendrils continuous, bifid or trifid.