ivy-covered


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Adj.1.ivy-covered - overgrown with ivy; "Harvard's ivied buildings"
leafy - having or covered with leaves; "leafy trees"; "leafy vegetables"
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Then she ran through the kitchen-gardens again and out into the walk outside the long ivy-covered wall, and she walked to the end of it and looked at it, but there was no door; and then she walked to the other end, looking again, but there was no door.
There within the gray stone walls of the old ivy-covered castle Spenser read the first part of his book, the Faery Queen, to Raleigh.
The little, single-storey, ivy-covered inn was all lit up and the door held firmly open.
So some village lighted by sunrise, some ivy-covered ruin which we had seen together, memories of outward and visible things, served to deepen and strengthen the impressions of our happiness; they seemed to be landmarks on the way through which we were passing towards a bright future that lay before us.
The restaurant is known for nautical decor and its ivy-covered wall as part of its East Coast flair.
Marawi Carmel from where 10 nuns were abducted was not the typical gothic monastery set apart by ivy-covered walls and iron grills.
In Manhattan, the proximity to Central Park is reflected in an ivy-covered facade, tree-trunk lobby fixtures, and window-nook daybeds.
I hire a bike from my hotel, the new DoubleTree by Hilton, a striking, elliptical building close to the Old Town, and cut through the leafy Slowacki Park to the ivy-covered National Museum overlooking the river Oder.
The owner listed the ivy-covered brownstone for sale several years ago with an asking price of $1 million, but took it off the market when it did not sell.
And what about the Jewish academics in the ivory, ivy-covered towers?
The dance floor under an ivy-covered portico was illuminated by bare bulbs, in keeping with the simplicity the couple desired.
WHERE AND WHY Sitting next to the River Ouse this charming, ivy-covered 18th Century townhouse is a great base from which to explore the Cambridgeshire countryside.