[ US /ˈɫɔn/ ]
[ UK /lˈɔːn/ ]
  1. a field of cultivated and mowed grass
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How To Use lawn In A Sentence

  • The house was a semi-detached with a couple of children playing in the front lawn and his son was just arriving home from his days work.
  • The poorer the soil and the older the lawn, the better will be the flower display, but most park lawns will contain self-heal, daisy, achillea, and cat's-ear.
  • An hour later, a broomstick settled gently on the lawn.
  • Flat lawns are formed into an abstract pattern that recalls tectonic fractures and fissures in the earth's surface, their edges defined by dark grey concrete retaining walls.
  • The lawn had been churned up by the tractor.
  • He hath a daughter too, who once sought to mar our trade with her gittern; a daughter, then in a kirtle that I would not have nimmed from a hedge, but whom I last saw in sarcenet and lawn, with The Last of the Barons — Complete
  • More than 200 weedkillers, mainly lawn treatments, are being withdrawn from the market after manufacturers chose not to submit them for EU safety tests.
  • Enemies struck by gunfire don't just fall over backwards; they jet blood like the lawn sprinkler in Hell, then collapse into a heap.
  • Here's the lawn today, with it's stunning criss-cross pattern.
  • To the rear of Old Hall is a large walled garden that has lawns and a variety of plants and shrubs, as well as strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, rhubarb, plum and apple trees.
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