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vine,

climbing plantclimbing plant,
any plant that in growing to its full height requires some support. Climbing plants may clamber over a support (climbing rose), twine up a slender support (hop, honeysuckle), or grasp the support by special processes such as adventitious aerial roots (English
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 or trailing plant. The grapegrape,
common name for the Vitaceae, a family of mostly climbing shrubs, widespread in tropical and subtropical regions and extending into the temperate zones. The woody vines, or lianas, climb by means of tendrils, which botanically are adaptations of terminal buds.
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 is often called "the vine." See also lianaliana
or liane
, name for any climbing plant that roots in the ground. The term is most often used for the woody vines that form a characteristic part of tropical rain-forest vegetation; they are sometimes also called bushropes or simply vines.
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What does it mean when you dream about a vine?

Dreaming about a growing vine can relate to our fruitfulness as individuals, or to our family lineage. Vines can also be plants that grow up and choke us. The dream might also be alluding to the expression “to whither on the vine.”

vine

[vīn]
(botany)
A plant having a stem that is too flexible or weak to support itself.

vine

A plant whose stem is not self-supporting.

vine

gives nourishment to branches or followers. [Christian Symbolism: Appleton, 107; N.T.: John 15:5]
See: Christ

vine

1. any of various plants, esp the grapevine, having long flexible stems that creep along the ground or climb by clinging to a support by means of tendrils, leafstalks, etc.
2. the stem of such a plant

Vine

A mobile video sharing app that takes six-second videos for posting on Facebook and Twitter. Vine was founded in 2012 and acquired by Twitter that same year. The first app debuted in 2013 for the iPhone and iPod touch. See Twitter.
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Climbing roses, wisteria, clematis and other climbing vines require support to both control plant growth and best display their flowers.
Though just a stone's throw away from the vibrations of the city, the steps manage to maintain an aura of calm - its climbing vines, festooned with the summer's last flowers, clinging to the neighborhood's few surviving
The Hotel California A small, family-friendly hotel decorated with painted surfboards, climbing vines, and a relaxed attitude.
Made of sturdy steel, it holds the heaviest climbing vines.
It is criss-crossed with alleyways and stone stairways draped with flowers and climbing vines and provides a welcome escape from all the bustle in streets which are mostly traffic-free.
Formal ground floor space also includes the dining or family room, its central ceiling fresco depicting a trellis with climbing vines.
The largest group of climbing vines makes use of their stems and twine around a support.
Downlights and house numbers can embellish the arbors, while climbing vines such as wisteria, clematis, star jasmine, or roses can soften their lines and punctuate them with bursts of color.
Save the trunk as it will serve as a support for climbing vines or to stake the tomatoes.
At 10-by-10-feet square, it is made of plaster with small holes in it to encourage climbing vines.
As a result, a trellis of vertical 2-by-2s, originally meant to support the climbing vines, became a jarring eyesore.