Arboretum in a sentence

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Definition of Arboretum

  • A place in which a collection of rare trees and shrubs is cultivated for scientific or educational purposes.
  • a facility where trees and shrubs are cultivated for exhibition

How to use arboretum in a sentence. Arboretum pronunciation.

And now, I came over to tell you that the U.S.C. is going into New York to-day to see something of the Botanical Garden and the Arboretum.
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Across the road they entered the grounds of the Arboretum and passed along a narrow path beside a noisy brook under heavy trees, until they came to a grove of tall hemlocks.
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I therefore give a plan of one from London's _Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum_.
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It is much to be regretted that those who first designed the plantations of the Regent's Park seem to have had little or no taste for, or knowledge of, hardy trees and shrubs; otherwise, this park might have been the first arboretum in the world.
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Instead of the (about) 50 sorts of trees and shrubs which it now exhibits, there might have been all the 3,000 sorts, now so admirably displaying their buds and leaves, and some of them their flowers, in the arboretum of Messrs. Loddiges at Hackney.
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A walk round that arboretum, at this season, is one of the greatest treats which a botanist can enjoy, and a drive round the Regent's Park might have been just as interesting.
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To-day we arrived at Derby, and hastened to see its Arboretum.
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Examples of Arboretum

Example #1
I think she'll understand there are some things you haven't learned for you haven't a mother to teach you.
Example #2
Mary was arrayed in a light blue satin dress as unsuitable for her age as it was for the time of day and the way of traveling.
Example #3
With upturned heads they admired these giants of the forest and then passed on to view other trees from many climes and countries.
Example #4
No one cared much for the reptiles, but the high flying cage for birds kept them beside it for a long time.
Example #5
It would not be advisable to occupy much of a limited estate in a toy of this nature; but where the ground required for it can be easily spared or would otherwise be wasted, there could be no objection to adding this sort of amusement to the very many others that may be included in a pleasure ground.
Example #6
The plan here given, resembles the labyrinth at Hampton Court.