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  • n. A part of a garden or park where flowers are grown.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a bed in which flowers are growing.

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  • n. a bed in which flowers are growing


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flower +‎ bed


  • They have dogs who bark all night and cats who think your flowerbed is a litterbox.

    No Refuge From Nanny | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • I am a taster, so a plain flowerbed just doesn't do it for me.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • One hot summer morning I headed for my favorite hiding place – a hollowed out area under a massive crepe myrtle tree near the barbed wire fence separating the back of the flowerbed from the hay pasture.

    The Monster under the Crepe Myrtle | The Stiletto Gang

  • This will meet with great approval from the officials at NALM because (1) moving the hostas required creating a new flowerbed which is one of the activities they are encouraging and (2) the covering of the former flowerbed with pavers counts as extending a patio which also meets with their approval.

    Morning Sun Home RSS

  • Not sycophantic interviews with members of the royal family, or touring Britain trying to be David Dimbleby or any of the other Britain tourers, but marking out a flowerbed using a hosepipe.

    Love Your Garden and Injustice – review

  • Yes Now. and talk to a real person and do a real thing like have a piss in a flowerbed under the nasty glare of brisbane traffice headlights.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Not so lazy Sunday

  • And that the broken flowerbed wasn't nearly as important as winning the backyard football game.

    Kim Bensen: Things my mom showed me

  • Hong Kong Sotheby's International Realty The larger rooftop space has a built-in stone flowerbed.

    A Penthouse With Sauna

  • For a few of those present, I suspect they were hearing about a world they never knew existed – rather like (as we were saying earlier) being told there is a colony of leprechauns living in their flowerbed.

    The Blogging Workshop « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Greeting official visitors at the end of Magnolia Lane is 'Founders Circle,' where a flowerbed sits in the shape of the Masters logo -- the continental United States -- which is filled with yellow flowers and has a flag stick planted in the location of Augusta, Georgia.

    Ann Liguori: It's Not Officially Spring Until the Masters


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