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Cherry Orchard, The

noun
1.
a play (1904) by Chekhov.
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  • I couldn't understand my life without that cherry orchard, and if it really must be sold, sell me with it!

  • "There isn't—unless you can pull yourself together sufficiently to come to cherry orchard," said Cheniston coldly.

    Afterwards Kathlyn Rhodes
  • It and "The cherry orchard" are the tragedies of doing nothing.

  • Anstice felt suddenly unwilling to go into the matter with the mistress of cherry orchard.

    Afterwards Kathlyn Rhodes
  • When she finally deposited it in the cherry orchard she drew a long breath of relief.

    Anne Of Avonlea Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • The damage done by the crows in the cherry orchard was slight, since only a few crows fed there.

  • Arriving at cherry orchard, the elderly manservant relieved him of his coat with a deferential smile.

    Afterwards Kathlyn Rhodes
  • The cherry orchard was locked, not a single gardener was to be found (he had sent them all to the harvest fields).

    Katia Leo Tolstoy
  • Why is it that I no longer love the cherry orchard as I did?

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