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flowerbedflow‧er‧bed /ˈflaʊəbed $ -ər-/ noun [countable]  DLGan area of ground, for example in a garden, in which flowers are grown
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flowerbedThe camp was full of pine trees and flowerbeds of bougainvillea and hibiscus.She did not want a small army camping indefinitely among her flowerbeds and rose bushes.A Ant nests are commonly found among paving, lawns and in flowerbeds.It would be spring Soon, others would bloom in my flowerbeds, it would be all right.Most of the flowerbeds that look as if they've been there for ever were in fact made after Peter's death.The women polish the furniture, scrub the kitchen and weed the flowerbeds while Mrs McCormick is gone.
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