grape arbour


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n grape arbour an arbor where grapes are grown
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In literature:

And the hoops bowl along under a grape arbour.
"Men, Women and Ghosts" by Amy Lowell
You let me you in the grape-arbour.
"The Human Drift" by Jack London
He concealed his box in the grape-arbour and slunk through the kitchen into the dining-room.
"The Seeker" by Harry Leon Wilson
We started our tour of inspection by examining and commenting gravely upon the dormant rose garden and equally dormant grape arbour.
"The Killer" by Stewart Edward White
The cure explained that the grapes had been grown on this arbour, and that he had them to eat and to give away, all winter.
"The Guests Of Hercules" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
He stumbled amazedly after her vague figure, which was running through the grape-arbour swiftly toward the stable.
"Counsel for the Defense" by Leroy Scott
Our ramblers did their duty well, but the grape arbour and the pergola would not be covered properly in a season.
"The Idyl of Twin Fires" by Walter Prichard Eaton
But the best of all climbing or rambling plants, whether for wall or arbour or pergola, is undoubtedly the Grape-Vine.
"Wood and Garden" by Gertrude Jekyll