The bear garden, always her favourite resort, had made her acquainted with all the divers and rumpads of the town.
The bear garden is not hyphenated when used in titles but is hyphenated within the text.
The world is complaining that the House was turned into a bear garden.
A familiar instance of the last phase is to be seen at the bear garden, Banbury.
The history of the human race is the diary of a bear garden.
There were seats, at half a crown and upwards, for the quality; the neighbourhood of the bear garden was infested by thieves.
All she wants is to turn the place into a bear garden and spoil the whole election.
Is it to turn the Senate into a bear garden, where Senators cannot associate on terms which ought to prevail between gentlemen?
The old bear garden was beginning to show signs of decay, and, doubtless, would soon have to be rebuilt.
In 1613 the bear garden was torn down, and a new and handsomer structure erected in its place.