The unassuming figure of the young man under the trellis stood still, swaying only slightly from side to side.
A third time my blade was caught in the trellis of parasites.
I climbed up onto the edge of that hogshead that the workmen had left right beside the trellis that runs up by my window.
“Nor half as unpleasant as a funeral,” put in trellis, with a grin.
Better even than the ordinary wire net, an artistic screen of lattice work or trellis can be erected.
There was a trellis over the door and jessamine swinging from it.
If trellis or brush is to be avoided, frequent sowings of the dwarfs will maintain a supply.
These holes are for the admittance of the middle, lower wire of the trellis.
I have now used this trellis five years upon ten acres of mixed vines, and I am more pleased with it every year.
The main trunk is carried up only to the lower wire of the trellis.
c.1400, "lattice, grating," from Old French trelis, originally "sackcloth," from Vulgar Latin *trilicius, from Latin trilicis, genitive of trilix "having three threads, triple-twilled," from tri- three + licium "thread." Cognate with Greek trimitos. Sense extended in Old French to things "woven" of iron, etc., which brought on influence of Old French treille "vine trellis," perhaps from Latin trichila "bower, arbor," which is apparently from Latin triclinium "couch extending round three sides of a table" (for reclining on at meals). Meaning "lattice used to support growing vines" is from 1510s.