farmyard farmyard  /ˈfɑr ˌmjɑrd/

Definition(s):

  • (n) an area adjacent to farm buildings

Usage(s):

  1. The site smells like a farmyard.
  2. As I learned to do puzzles with smaller, more numerous pieces, graduating from simple farmyard scenes to detailed panoramas of city skylines, I felt better and better about myself.
  3. Suddenly, for old and young alike, Sus domestica, the farmyard pig, seems to be displacing the cat as a national object of whimsy, affection, satire and extravagant punnery.

News

  • Farm Races

    ARDENWOOD - Ready, set, go! Join in some relay races on the Farmyard lawn using hoops, potatoes and maybe even eggs. Discover games from days-gone-by! This is a drop-in program; no registration is required. Ardenwood admission fee applies. For information, call (510) 544-2797. ARDENWOOD - Ready, set, go! Join in some relay races on the Farmyard lawn using hoops, potatoes and maybe even eggs ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

Quotes

  1. "The size and scope is unbelievably large," Ritz said in a telephone interview after returning to Ottawa. "A lot of the smaller potholes are still interconnected and there's still awfully soggy ground in between. We stopped at one farmyard...
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Gerry Ritz Source: Calgary Herald

  2. "I think a chance of that being an impact on the orange-bellied parrot is very, very, very, very remote," Mr Bracks said. "On those sites in that area there are existing dwellings, there's existing structures, houses, sheds, farmyard...
    on Jun 28, 2007 By: Steve Bracks Source: The Australian

  3. But Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek denounced the "provincial farmyard nature" of slights against Kundera, in a statement read out at the Thursday event.
    on Oct 27, 2007 By: Mirek Topolanek Source: France24

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