bindweed

[n] - any of several vines of the genera Convolvulus and Calystegia having a twining habit
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Bindweed

• (n.) A plant of the genus Convolvulus; as, greater bindweed (C. Sepium); lesser bindweed (C. arvensis); the white, the blue, the Syrian, bindweed. The black bryony, or Tamus, is called black bindweed, and the Smilax aspera, rough bindweed.
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bindweed

noun any of several vines of the genera Convolvulus and Calystegia having a twining habit
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Bindweed

Bind'weed` noun (Botany) A plant of the genus Convolvulus ; as, greater bindweed ( C. Sepium ); lesser bindweed ( C. arvensis ); the white, the blue, the Syrian, bindweed . The black bryony, or Tamus , is called black bindweed , and the
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Bindweed

A common weed with a conspicuous white flower which can have severe effects on crop yields if unchecked. It is generally seen growing through hedges and on roadsides.
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Bindweed

Bindweed is the common name of plants of the genus Convolvulus. They are perennial climbing herbs of the family Convolvulaceae. The name is especially applied to Convolvulus arvensis, and also of plants of the allied genus Calystegia, especially Calystegia Soldanella and Calystegia septum. The black bryony is called black bindweed; Smilax is called...
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bindweed

bindweed: see morning glory.
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bindweed

plants of the closely related genera Convolvulus and Calystegia (morning glory family; Convolvulaceae), mostly twining, often weedy, and producing ...
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