- ‘The people who buy these plots of land will have no sea view and no arboured lane to drive beneath.’
- ‘There is an arbored back porch the entire width of the home for enjoying your morning coffee or evening sunsets.’
- ‘‘Is it true that you are always waiting for me in the arboured walk?’’
- ‘This part of the garden is an area framed by a square yew-hedge with arboured entrances at the cardinal points.’
- ‘A wraparound verandah, and arbored patio, complete with an inviting hot tub, are on site for guests to enjoy.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.