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arbored

or (especially British) arboured

[ahr-berd] /ˈɑr bərd/
adjective
1.
furnished with an arbor.
2.
lined with trees; shaded.
Origin of arbored
arbor1 + -ed3
Related forms
unarbored, adjective
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  • It was after this that we stumbled on the arbored bungalow, and bought it in fifteen minutes.

    The Smiling Hill-Top Julia M. Sloane
  • One had to stoop to enter that arbored, leaf encircled nest through which the sun fell like a dappled pattern on the grass.

    Port O' Gold Louis John Stellman
  • Father and daughter were seated in the arbored veranda at the daily solemn rite of tea.

  • Before him was a beautifully kept lane bordered by arbored and trellised roses, which seemed to sink into the distance.

    Selected Stories Bret Harte
  • Then he gestured to the older man to precede them, and they entered the arbored walk.

    Space Viking Henry Beam Piper
  • Country-seat terraced and arbored and parterred clear to the water's brink.

    New Tabernacle Sermons Thomas De Witt Talmage
  • It contained a gymnasium, baths, a garden, and arbored walks.

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