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They gardened, they drove out, they rowed and sailed upon the lake, but they declined all acquaintances.
She made herself useful in many unobtrusive ways, gardened a little, was neighborly yet reserved.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
She went back and gardened honourably, while Mr. Fenwick solved the riddle and supplied the letter.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
Any one in the neighborhood who has gardened for some years can tell you when to plant better than any catalogue.
Many of the large country houses of to-day, and nearly all the landscape-gardened parks, belong to that date.
During the rest of the day she gardened, and read whatever books Augustine might be reading.
AMABEL CHANNICEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Above, the moon was hanging over the gardened hollow before the Museum with the airy lightness of an American moon.
Spinosa ground glasses for spectacles; Bayle counted the tiles on the roof; Montesquieu gardened.
MODESTE MIGNONHONORE DE BALZAC
Laughing and singing, the noisy groups crowd the bronze bridges and the gardened house-tops.
For a week or more, Roger gardened, fished and practiced archery in a somewhat subdued fashion.

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