honeysuckle honeysuckle  /ˈhə ni ˌsə kəl/


  1. (n) shrub or vine of the genus Lonicera
  2. (n) shrubby tree with silky foliage and spikes of cylindrical yellow nectarous flowers
  3. (n) columbine of eastern North America having long-spurred red flowers


  1. Then, from a honeysuckle thicket about 150 ft.
  2. Then a rifle fired from a honeysuckle thicket some 200 ft.
  3. He used a perfectly ordinary word, zheemolost, which means honeysuckle.


  1. Conewago trail hike includes wetlands, farmland, forest

    Editor's note: Each Sunday throughout the summer, Lancaster Newspapers interns will report on a hiking trail they experienced firsthand.Visitors to Conewago Recreational Trail can look forward to lungs full of fresh air and olfactory nerves tickled by trailside bunches of honeysuckle while they exer...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Lancaster Online

  2. Photos: South County Trail System Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    The scent of honeysuckle wafted through the air as the public made its way down the newly built wetland trail system behind the South County Library. The trail is about 900 feet and connects the area behind the South County Library to Penn Forest Elementary School and Starkey Park. The wetland trail system has been [...]
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Roanoke Times

  3. Trail release party at Nantahala Brewing

    The 5th Trail Magic Ale release party is set for June 7-8 at Nantahala Brewing Company in Bryson City. The Honeysuckle French Farmhouse Ale will be tapped at 6 p.m. June 7. The ale release is a complex, spicy honeysuckle saison.
    on June 5, 2013     Source: Smoky Mountain News

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  • "Honeysuckle was utterly perfect for the part," says Horowitz, "and I knew it the moment I met her. She's a 1940s woman in a 21st-century world. She has that extraordinary clipped, slightly eccentric quality, not to mention the bearing that...
    on Apr 10, 2008 By: Anthony Horowitz Source: Daily Mail

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