orangery

[ UK /ˈɔːɹe‍ɪnd‍ʒəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a place where oranges are grown; a plantation of orange trees in warm climes or a greenhouse in cooler areas
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How To Use orangery In A Sentence

  • They can also walk through the huge orangery built by the Adam brothers which has now been converted into a gallery to display the fine Lansdowne collection of paintings and sculpture.
  • The conservatory is framed by two anchor points, the entrance at the east end and the orangery to the west.
  • The Orangery, situated within the grade two-listed coach house, can cater for up to 16 delegates.
  • The site featured an orangery, a pagoda, and an archway designed by the architect Sir William Chambers.
  • Margam Park - 850 acres of parkland with a fairytale model village, maze, adventure playground, orangery.
  • The owners have restored the property, adding an orangery at the back and a Johnny Grey-designed kitchen and laundry, as well as planting 5,000 trees.
  • She knew that the stories of how the orchids had been found and brought home to the orangery would fascinate him. THE WHITE DOVE
  • Between the orangery, which is in this widening, and the piece of water, the banks of which are agreeably decorated, stands the Little Castle, of which I have spoken. The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • A colonnade, on the north, is formed of six Ionic columns, and on the east is an entrance through an orangery.
  • Sir James and Lady Graham have recently restored the orangery and at present the attractions include beds of peonies.
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