Any of several climbing woody vines of the genus Wisteria in the pea family, having pinnately compound leaves and drooping racemes of showy purplish or white flowers.(noun)
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Use "wisteria" in a sentence
"The manicured roses in their beds by the white picket fence were showing lips of pink on their buds, and the wisteria was a cascade of lavender."
"The wisteria is another flower which is cultivated in great quantities in Japan."
"Over by the gate the spirea had ventured into showering sprays exhaling a shy and fugitive fragrance, and what had been a blur of gray cables strung upon the oaks had begun to bud with emerald and blossom with amethyst -- the wisteria was a-borning."