Definition of Traveller's joy

1. Noun. Vigorous deciduous climber of Europe to Afghanistan and Lebanon having panicles of fragrant green-white flowers in summer and autumn.

Exact synonyms: Clematis Vitalba, Old Man's Beard, Traveler's Joy
Generic synonyms: Clematis



Definition of Traveller's joy

1. Noun. a climbing shrub native to Europe, ''Clematis vitalba ¹

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Literary usage of Traveller's joy

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1. Soil Conditions and Plant Growth by Edward John Russell (1912)
"Thus, where a chalk and a loam soil meet, it is not uncommon to find the chalk plants, eg traveller-s joy (Clematis Vitalba), guelder rose, etc., ..."

2. Folk-etymology: A Dictionary of Verbal Corruptions Or Words Perverted in ...by Abram Smythe Palmer by Abram Smythe Palmer (1882)
"... runagate, touchy, traveller s joy, wormwood, &c. 2. Words corrupted so as to convey a meaning, but one totally inappropriate, though sounding familiarly ..."

3. Flowers for the Parlor and Garden by Edward Sprague Rand (1863)
"Frame in pot. Cardiospermum (Balloon Vine). Open border. Adlumia Cirrhosa (Mountain Fringe, or Traveller.s Joy). Open border. ..."

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