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A garden with umbrageous trees Is here for you to take your ease.

The search was most thorough; but, fortunately, his umbrageous shelter was secure.

He loves the image of the umbrageous Igdrasil better than that of the Strasburg clock.

In this burn, screened from observation by an umbrageous coppice, was the bathing-pool.

Those that I photographed the next morning are umbrageous compared with some.

I do not smile pityingly on these days of umbrageous follies.

She shows us umbrageous woods, but nobody hastens to refresh himself there.

On the West were undulating hills covered with umbrageous forests.

From many points along his course he could see, through the umbrageous glades, the house of Frank Goodwin on its wooded hill.

In short, they were just natural buttresses, without which the stem could not have supported its heavy and umbrageous top.

WORD ORIGIN

"shady," 1580s, from French ombrageux, from Old French umbrageus, from umbre "shade," from Latin umbra (see umbrage).

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