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orchardor‧chard /ˈɔːtʃəd $ ˈɔːrtʃərd/ ●○○ noun [countable]  HBPTAa place where fruit trees are grown a cherry orchard
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orcharda peach orchardIt was near the peach orchard that the Confederates suffered one of their Worst blows.Her black bicycle is leaning against the orchard fence.Do you know car loads of people have driven by the orchards this year?It was suddenly quiet in the orchard as the mist floated through the trees.I circled the house at a distance, passed through the orchard into the garden and stood amid the rows of broccoli.Léonie went to the orchard to pick some vine leaves.The orchards are the hushed maids, fresh from convent ...It is also fruit-growing country and the vineyards are interspersed with orchards of apple, plum and pear.
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