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arbor
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
a framework that supports climbing plants; or a shady rest area made by such a framework or by trees and shrubs
  • Jeremy Finch, Maudie Atkinson told me you broke down her scuppernong arbor this morning.
    p. 135.1
arbor = a framework that supports climbing plants

(editor's note:  Scuppernog is a type of grape.)
  • Our tacit treaty with Miss Maudie was that we could play on her lawn, eat her scuppernongs if we didn't jump on the arbor, and explore her vast back lot, terms so generous we seldom spoke to her, so careful were we to preserve the delicate balance of our relationship, but Jem and Dill drove me closer to her with their behavior.
    p. 56.2
  • arbor = a framework that supports climbing plants
  • Jem, who hadn't been near Miss Maudie's scuppernong arbor since last summer, and who knew Miss Maudie wouldn't tell Atticus if he had, issued a general denial.
    p. 135.3
arbor = a framework that supports climbing plants
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