conservatory

[ kuh n-sur-vuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF conservatory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSERVATORY

Every window was filled with them, until the room seemed like a conservatory.

We were alone, Effie was attending to her plants in the conservatory.

They heard a crash in the conservatory, but both were too excited to mind it.

Was it the hand of fate most terrible that guided her toward the conservatory?

I opened the conservatory door, and in he rushed like a hunted rabbit.

Could I lure him into the library—the billiard room—the conservatory?

I hurried him downstairs and out of the conservatory just as the door-bell rang.

My host led me into a conservatory, and from there straight into a marble gallery.

Presently I heard the door of the conservatory open, and in stole Bagwell.

I shall steal in, and, hiding myself in the conservatory, shall await Bagwell.

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