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A garden with umbrageous trees Is here for you to take your ease.
Here, in a deep umbrageous valley, traversed by a limpid stream, the thirteen pioneers built a house little better than a barn.
In short, they were just natural buttresses, without which the stem could not have supported its heavy and umbrageous top.
THE CORAL ISLANDR.M. BALLANTYNE
They were in Arcady, but deprived of its ancient privilege of sylvan and umbrageous solitude.
THE SILVER BUTTERFLYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
His walls are not wainscoted, and there is about his house no umbrageous park nor verdant lawn.
The tamarind is a universal and thrifty tree in the island, lofty and umbrageous, a quick grower and yet long-lived.
We passed along beneath tall umbrageous trees, which skirted the road from Betanzos to within a short distance of Corunna.
THE BIBLE IN SPAINGEORGE BORROW
It is a large-sized umbrageous tree, with oblong leaves from four to eight inches long, and two to four inches broad.
The feat could have been accomplished formerly even in Rome, which was always less umbrageous than Naples.
ALONENORMAN DOUGLAS
The Roman strangers were more than welcome to while away the summer in their umbrageous valleys.
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE

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