vacant lot

NOUN
  1. a lot on which there are no permanent buildings
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How To Use vacant lot In A Sentence

  • We are in a house with peeling walls and all the cosy charm of a vacant lot. Times, Sunday Times
  • In fact, there was nothing but the unvaried sight of vacant lots along quiet streets that, several years earlier, had hummed with activity day and night.
  • The new homes sit uneasily just blocks from row upon row of abandoned houses and garbage-strewn vacant lots.
  • set off in a catty-corner direction across the vacant lot
  • Vast areas of land behind the casinos and hotels are vacant lots where once family and holiday houses abounded. Times, Sunday Times
  • We see them growing voluntarily in sand dunes and vacant lots, anywhere from two feet to five.
  • Vast areas of land behind the casinos and hotels are vacant lots where once family and holiday houses abounded. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sprawl and malls are filling in the vacant lots and woodlands where we used to play; rivers and streams are culverted, channelized, and barren; and the coasts, lakesides, and mountains are spotted with trophy homes and locked gates.
  • Obama, who said he knew nothing of Rezko's criminal activities, called "boneheaded" his own decision to buy a house in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood in July 2005, on the same day Rezko's wife bought the vacant lot next door. Blagojevich's wife received tens of thousands from Antoin Rezko, prosecutors allege
  • Vacant lots suddenly gain bouncy castles, and badly painted versions of popular cartoon characters, and of course lots and lots of pumpkins. A pleasing terror « Write Anything
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