Definition of

Woodbine

  1. (noun, plant) European twining honeysuckle with fragrant red and yellow-white flowers
  2. (noun, plant) common North American vine with compound leaves and bluish-black berrylike fruit

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Alternate forms of Woodbine

Hypernyms: honeysuckle, vine

Origin of the word Woodbine

  1. O.E. wudubinde, a climbing plant, from wudu "wood" (see wood (n.)) + binde "wreath," related to bind (v.). Used of various climbing plants on three continents. more

via Online Etymology Dictionary, ©2001 Douglas Harper

Words that sound like Woodbine

white bean, white pine, wide-open

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