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used in The Brothers Karamazov

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a framework that supports climbing plants; or a shady rest area made by such a framework or by trees and shrubs
  • Alyosha had at once observed his brother's exhilarated condition, and on entering the arbor he saw half a bottle of brandy and a wineglass on the table.
    Book 3 — The Sensualists (17% in)
  • Mitya was in haste; he rushed towards Fyodor Pavlovitch's by the back way, to his arbor, to get hold of Smerdyakov as soon as possible.
    Book 8 — Mitya (24% in)
  • It was a rush of that sudden, furious, revengeful anger of which he had spoken, as though foreseeing it, to Alyosha, four days ago in the arbor, when, in answer to Alyosha's question, "How can you say you'll kill our father?"
    Book 8 — Mitya (38% in)

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