Noun(1) slender stem-like structure by which some twining plants attach themselves to an object for support
(1) Slowly, he raised his hand to brush a few stray tendrils of hair from her face.(2) Each plant had from two to four tendrils .(3) The ground has long, green tendrils growing from it.(4) I slipped my left hand up into his hair, curling my finger around the tendrils of damp hair.(5) Round faces would benefit from side slimming tendrils that hug the face.(6) She is radiantly attired in a pink designer dress, with her hair curled in tendrils .(7) Grasping vines, like grape, climb by grasping their support with tendrils .(8) Shoots were cut, divided into stems with broad leaves, tendrils , flowers, and fruits.(9) They grow like dandelions, with long-spreading tendrils .(10) Her hair was thrown in a slightly messy ponytail that let tendrils of golden tawny hair fall in curls around her face.(11) Wire wrapped around the ladder gives the vine tendrils plenty of places to twine around.(12) She braided my hair on top of my head, leaving tendrils hanging down.(13) Redvine tendrils begin growing out of the shoot straight, thin, and flexible.(14) A light breeze once again blew the tendrils of hair into her face.(15) On either side, a couple thin tendrils of hair were left, snaking down to her shoulders.(16) She smoothed away a few tendrils of hair.
1. tendril ::
2. attraction ::
3. magnet ::
4. cirrus ::
5. pull ::
6. elongation ::
7. tension ::
8. clasp ::
9. hook ::
10. clip ::
11. ring ::
Different Formstendril, tendrils
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