From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants, Gardening
honeysucklehon‧ey‧suck‧le /ˈhʌniˌsʌkəl/ noun [countable, uncountable] HBPDLGa climbing plant with pleasant-smelling yellow or pink flowers
Examples from the Corpus
honeysuckleSerpentine layering Climbers such as clematis, jasmine, wisteria and honeysuckle root wherever their long pliable stems touch the soil.Hidden behind honeysuckle she watched them.She chose honeysuckle for its fragrance, low maintenance and lasting summer blooms.In a week the displaced honeysuckle vines, the wild roses, the grapevines, the grass, would be back.Not to be neglected, either, are the scented honeysuckles.No sweet-smelling honeysuckle, just leathery stems trailing untidily.The honeysuckle had climbed the back wall of the house and its fragrance filled my old room.The honeysuckles need to be cut back.
Origin honeysuckle Old English hunisuce, from hunig honey + sucan to suck