from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Mold or rich mellow earth suitable for a garden, or characteristic of well-cultivated gardens.
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The cottage-roofs steamed in the sun; the roses in the garden were still heavy with rain and draggled with garden-mold; the wet trees gave out green lights; little rain-pools shone in the road like liquid gold, and the sparrows dipped in them.
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