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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bindweedbind‧weed /ˈbaɪndwiːd/ noun [uncountable]  HBPa wild plant that winds itself around other plants
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bindweedA few late roses struggled through the encroaching tangles of nettles and bindweed.New ground should be cleared of perennial weed, removing deep roots of docks, thistles and bindweed.Some flowers intensify their colours towards the centre or introduce another shade altogether - forget-me-nots, hollyhocks, bindweed.Evelyn was weak and yet strong, like bindweed.The brake-pad bindweed had returned and everything was seized up in the early-seventies.
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