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  • adj. Furnished with an arbor; lined with trees.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Furnished with an arbor; lined with trees.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Furnished with an arbor or axis.
  • Furnished with an arbor or bower.


arbor +‎ -ed (Wiktionary)


  • No, it's like "And she knew it arbored great things."

    Glimpse Inside A Writer's Brain

  • Through wind-opened window, past arbored vines on cushioned paths of coniferous debris — she leaves the walls of loneliness, called by the breeze, by the streaming waters, by her flooded emptiness

    A Visit

  • Travel south from Kiev along the arbored R-12 highway and you will see perhaps the most public symbols of Ukraine's rampant corruption: a wide array of luxurious estates that have sprung up in Koncha-Zaspa, a leafy suburb of the capital.

    Ukraine's Second Chance

  • Wednesday night AA meeting was held in the living room of a small gray house owned by the Episcopalian church, arbored by live oaks, across from the massive stone outline of old Iberia High.

    Jolie Blon’s Bounce

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

    Space Viking

  • It contained a gymnasium, baths, a garden, and arbored walks.

    Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889

  • A servant, hurrying over the arbored path, announced --

    Some Three Hundred Years Ago

  • Peter's words, had come to the rose-arbored doorway, while Peter, still hugging his rabbits, called, "Tell them, father."

    Some Three Hundred Years Ago

  • The moon-shadows grew longer about the arbored gateway where the two she had left stood talking in low tones, looking furtively now and then toward the house, and withdrawing into the covert of the bushes by the walk.

    Marcia Schuyler

  • Sound, one instant outlining the arbored Long Island shore, the next betraying the beaches of Connecticut.

    The U-boat hunters


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  • "1. Furnished with an arbor or axis.
    2. Furnished with an arbor or bower."

    --Century Dictionary

    September 2, 2010