backyard backyard  /ˈbæ ˌkjɑrd/


  • (n) the grounds in back of a house


  1. By the time Ando cooked up his backyard noodles, both he and the nation had endured humiliation.
  2. Unlike Dorothy of Oz, Judy Garland never really had a backyard to call her own.


  1. Backyard Sinkhole Keeps Greece Family On Edge

    Greece, N.Y. - An uncut lawn or a few branches on the patio aren't what's keeping one Greece family leary about being in their backyard.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: 13WHAM Rochester

  2. Backyard coops provide urban respite, generate cackling at city halls

    Backyard chicken farming arrived in Maine cities about five years ago, when communities from South Portland to Bangor debated whether to allow the practice in urban settings.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Portland Press Herald

  3. Backyard Travel Releases New Tour: Journey Chiang Mai to Kengtung Myanmar

    Backyard Travel, Asia’s most innovative tour company, has today released news of a new multi-country trip taking travelers through North Thailand and East Myanmar, visiting some of the most fascinating rural areas of Southeast Asia, allowing numerous insider-experiences of lesser seen regions. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read the full story at ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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  1. "I've gone from clubbing a ball in the backyard all the way to the moon, and missed all the steps in between," Goydos said.
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Paul Goydos Source:

  2. Jobs says it's up to Europeans to make the change because "two and a half of the big four music companies are located right in their backyard".
    on Feb 6, 2007 By: Steve Jobs Source: ABC Online

  3. "While developing the perfume, I found myself drawn to the scents of my childhood in Tennessee. We had a great big magnolia tree in the backyard and it's that beautiful white blossom that inspired this perfume. In Bloom is indicative of where I am...
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Reese Witherspoon Source: Express Buzz

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