vining

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English[edit]

Verb[edit]

vining

  1. present participle of vine

Adjective[edit]

vining (comparative more vining, superlative most vining)

  1. Growing in the manner of a vine; twisting and entwining.

Derived terms[edit]

Noun[edit]

vining (plural vinings)

  1. A twisting, twining pattern or motion.
    • 1880–81, Mary E. Bradley, Mizora: A Prophecy
      The mantels and windowsills were of white onyx, with delicate vinings of pink and green. The floor was strewn with richly colored mats and rugs.