Ivy Adjectives | Words to describe Ivy

  • Golden
  • Old
  • Five-Finger
  • Young
  • Green
  • Unkempt
  • Thick
  • How do you describe Ivy?

    • 1. The vicar admitted that, even for their precious and very young Ivy, there was no great harm in this. 🔊
    • 2. But the first grand border is altogether transitional, consisting of the pen-sprays of golden ivy leaf alternating with sprays of natural flowers. 🔊
    • 3. The nymph has been at some pains to train the five-finger ivy and nightshade heavily all about, and the great brakes carpet the path her gleaming feet must tread at sunrise. 🔊
    • 4. As they all straggled slowly homewards with shadows at their feet, the old ivy buttresses of the walls were beginning to shine with vesper light, with deeper and crisper lines in the pure illumination all around. 🔊
    • 5. In this grim mood of resolution, creditable to a bullied sex, he turned into his gate and as he moved slowly out into the dark garden from under the thick ivy arch, was conscious of a male figure not three feet away. 🔊
    • 6. To gray walls and peaks clung a climbing plant, its leaves red with touch of frost, contrasting deliciously with green ivy, and putting a bit of color into darker hues of stone-work. 🔊