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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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trellistrel‧lis /ˈtrelɪs/ noun [countable]  DLGa frame made of long narrow pieces of wood that cross each other, used to support climbing plants
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trellisNever put a trellis behind it to support its growth.You may be able to accommodate this bending by tying in to a longish pergola or trellis on a wall or fence.Espalier: A shrub or fruit tree trained to grow flat against a wall or trellis.If lacking, these aspects can easily be created using fence panels, trellis or planting.The planking and the underlying ribs thus formed a rectangular trellis with no diagonal bracing or shear members.A simple trellis entwined with flowers on a platform at the end of the dining hall was Illyria.A robin came to perch on the trellis, only an arm's distance away.They walked together through the trellis arch into the back garden.
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