orangery

[ awr-inj-ree, or- ]SEE DEFINITION OF orangery
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There is a grand conservatory, containing a palm-house and orangery.

He had even his own entrance through a small door in one corner of the orangery.

The orangery, which was at the other end, led by a covered way to the outhouses of the chateau.

Make a wide circuit to the orangery and have a glib excuse if you are met.

Yes, you really ought to see the orangery and the Elizabethan garden, Mr. Blair.

The sculptor tells how he saved her from the bedlam horrors of the Orangery.

He took from his room the bouquet holder and hastened to the orangery to the gardener.

Archie, crestfallen, sneaked out of the orangery on her errand.

"Take me into the orangery; I want to speak to you," said Violet, laying her hand on his sleeve.

They have saved enough by us for their coffee at the Orangery.

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