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furnished with an .
lined with trees; shaded.
Historical Examples

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.
Where the Pavement Ends John Russell

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.
Burroughs’ Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889 Barkham Burroughs


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