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flowerbed

/ˈflaʊəˌbɛd/
noun
1.
a plot of ground in which flowers are grown in a garden, park, etc
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  • Two under-gardeners are at work upon a flowerbed as he passes.

    The Errand Boy Horatio Alger
  • The moon had shone full on his face as he left the flowerbed.

    Mike P. G. Wodehouse
  • "My supper's in the fireless cooker," Mrs. Cadara would say, and stay out in the cool yard, weeding her flowerbed bed.

  • Therefore that dog set to work, in a manner highly praiseworthy (save, indeed, upon a flowerbed).

    Cradock Nowell, Vol. 3 (of 3) Richard Doddridge Blackmore
  • The child that hasn't a flowerbed or a garden of its ownest own is being cheated out of its birthright.

  • Rankin takes his stool from the flowerbed and sits down on her left, Sir Howard being on her right.

    Captain Brassbound's Conversion George Bernard Shaw
  • You may have helped your papa or mama plant seeds in the garden or in the flowerbed.

    Light On the Child's Path William Allen Bixler
  • Then he looked carefully round him: no one was in sight: the butterfly settled for a moment on a flowerbed.

    Half a Hero Anthony Hope

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