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  • At some point we had entered a park with wide, tree-bordered alleys.

    Dreaming in French

  • At the spot where it is intersected by the ancient tree-bordered road which runs from Gagny to Lagny, he heard people coming.

    Les Miserables

  • Ice was already an inch thick on the tree-bordered creek, and there was a hint of snow in the air.


  • And upon tree-bordered promenades on each side walked others!

    The Moon Pool

  • Only houses of stone, perhaps a thousand of them, flat roofed, set wide apart, gardens around them, a wide street straying among them, tree-bordered.

    Dwellers in the Mirage

  • Wearing a smile as wide as he could muster without cramping his jaw muscles, Oskar accompanied Tilgrick out of the yard, through a gate, and down one of the many paths that crisscrossed the farmer's tree-bordered fields.

    Kingdoms of Light

  • Whatever it was in England, here it was a family affair; I mean in the town of Elgin, in the shops and the offices, up and down the tree-bordered streets as men went to and from their business, atomic creatures building the reef of the future, but conscious, and wanting to know what they were about.

    The Imperialist

  • Lorne threw up his head and drew in the pleasant evening air of midsummer with infinite relish while his eye travelled contentedly past the chestnuts on the lawn, down the vista of the quiet tree-bordered street.

    The Imperialist

  • A broad, tree-bordered, macadamized road, along which run electric trams, leads S.S.W. across the plain to the Pyramids of Giza, 5 m. distant, built on the edge of the desert.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • The winding road beyond the ford leads, between cultivated fields on one side and the tree-bordered prairie on the other, up to the low horizon, where soft white thunderheads are heaped in the hazy blue.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 26, September, 1880


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