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arbor -- as in: shaded arbor
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The young man stopped suddenly, looked around him, and perceived Caderousse sitting at table with Danglars, under an arbor.
  • "Hold your tongue, will you?" said Danglars, pretending to restrain Caderousse, who, with the tenacity of drunkards, leaned out of the arbor.
  • And taking the letter, he squeezed it up in his hands and threw it into a corner of the arbor.
  • The feast had been made ready on the second floor at La Reserve, with whose arbor the reader is already familiar.
  • I only wish I could see it now as plainly as I saw it lying all crushed and crumpled in a corner of the arbor.
  • When they had advanced about twenty yards, Danglars looked back and saw Fernand stoop, pick up the crumpled paper, and putting it into his pocket then rush out of the arbor towards Pillon.
  • Fernand wiped away the perspiration steaming from his brow, and slowly entered the arbor, whose shade seemed to restore somewhat of calmness to his senses, and whose coolness somewhat of refreshment to his exhausted body.
  • This is not a Corsican arbor, but an English garden; badly kept, I own, but still you must not calumniate it for that.
  • You, madame, remained under the arbor; do you not remember, that while you were seated on a stone bench, and while, as I told you, Mademoiselle de Villefort and your young son were absent, you conversed for a considerable time with somebody?
  • Do you recollect in the arbor of the Hotel des Postes, at Perugia, seeing a man in a brown cloak, whom your stepmother was questioning upon aqua tofana?
  • I was arrested and became a prisoner because, under the arbor of La Reserve, the day before I was to marry you, a man named Danglars wrote this letter, which the fisherman Fernand himself posted.
  • No—it was somewhere—away from here—it was—I do not know—but it appears that this recollection is connected with a lovely sky and some religious fete; mademoiselle was holding flowers in her hand, the interesting boy was chasing a beautiful peacock in a garden, and you, madame, were under the trellis of some arbor.
  • He did not see the Englishman fold up and place in his pocket the accusation written by Danglars under the arbor of La Reserve, and which had the postmark, "Marseilles, 27th Feb., delivery 6 o’clock, P.M." But it must be said that if he had seen it, he attached so little importance to this scrap of paper, and so much importance to his two hundred thousand francs, that he would not have opposed whatever the Englishman might do, however irregular it might be.
  • Monte Cristo, on stepping into the house, heard a sigh that was almost a deep sob; he looked in the direction whence it came, and there under an arbor of Virginia jessamine, [*] with its thick foliage and beautiful long purple flowers, he saw Mercedes seated, with her head bowed, and weeping bitterly.
  • "To have seen them both sitting at table together under an arbor at Pere Pamphile’s the evening before the day fixed for my wedding.

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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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