Definition of woodbine in English:

woodbine

Syllabification: wood·bine
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝odbīn
 
/

noun

North American Either of two climbing plants.
  • Virginia creeper.British The common honeysuckle.
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  • Every twitch of woodbine, every rustle of foliage filled her imagination with the morbid and grotesque images of tall wolves and dogs, snarling and snapping at her whilst she looked on helplessly, unable to run.

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