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arbor -- as in: shaded arbor
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • The bridesmaids were quite covered with artificial flowers, and the phenomenon, in particular, was rendered almost invisible by the portable arbour in which she was enshrined.
  • The bottom of his garden joins the bottom of ours, and of course I had several times seen him sitting among the scarlet-beans in his little arbour, or working at his little hot-beds.
  • Upon my word, the pains he has taken in putting this little arbour to rights, and training the sweetest flowers about it, are beyond anything I could have—I wish he wouldn’t put ALL the gravel on your side, Kate, my dear, though, and leave nothing but mould for me.’

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  • The arbor provided a shady resting place in the park.
  • We are building an arbor in the back yard.

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