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1. Bindweed ran up the stems of the corn.
2. Evelyn was weak and yet strong, like bindweed.
3. The brake-pad bindweed had returned and everything was seized up in the early-seventies.
4. Among the creeping buttercup, cleavers, bindweed and ground elder emerged long-necked and peony poppies, blackberry, columbine, and a wild grass tuft of particular appeal to our cat.
5. A few late roses struggled through the encroaching tangles of nettles and bindweed.
6. Some flowers intensify their colours towards the centre or introduce another shade altogether - forget-me-nots, hollyhocks, bindweed.
7. New ground should be cleared of perennial weed, removing deep roots of docks, thistles and bindweed.
8. The flexible twining or climbing stem of certain plants, such as the hop, woodbine, or bindweed.
9. Then Our Lady plucked a little white flower with red stripes, called field bindweed, which looks very like a glass, and gave it to the waggoner.
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