Both Uses of
- Again he turned him to explore Each chamber, hall, and corridor, And arbour bright with scented bloom, And lodge and cell and picture-room.†
Book 5 *
- Each arbour clad with climbing bloom, Each grotto, cell, and picture room, Each lawn by beast and bird enjoyed, Each walk and terrace was destroyed.†
(arbor as in: shaded arbor) a framework that supports climbing plants; or a shady rest area made by such a framework or by trees and shrubseditor's notes: The framework of an arbor is generally thought of as a wood lattice made to support vines, but it can also be a natural framework such as trees.