trumpet creeper


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trumpet creeper

n.
A deciduous woody vine (Campsis radicans) of the eastern United States, having opposite compound leaves and trumpet-shaped reddish-orange flowers. Also called trumpet vine.

trum′pet creep`er


n.
1. a climbing vine, Campsis radicans, of the southern U.S., having large, red trumpet-shaped flowers.
2. a related Chinese vine, C. chinensis.
[1825–35, Amer.]
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Noun1.trumpet creeper - a North American woody vine having pinnate leaves and large red trumpet-shaped flowerstrumpet creeper - a North American woody vine having pinnate leaves and large red trumpet-shaped flowers
Bignoniaceae, family Bignoniaceae - trees or shrubs or woody vines or herbs having fruit resembling gourds or capsules; sometimes placed in the order Scrophulariales
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