junkyard : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a field where junk is collected and stored for resale
- A bird caught in marine debris Below America's waters lies a junkyard.
- Foxx, whose stage act liberally employed words and references that you still can't use on broadcast TV, was cleaned up, but not smoothed over, as junkyard proprietor, serial over .
- Okinawa became "the junkyard of the Pacific," the outpost of the outcasts, the place where old jeeps and obsolete colonels went to rust away under the gentle melancholy of the .
- Rick Hendrick in The Associated Press
The racing wasn't very good,Hendrick said flatly. "It was just beating and banging, and cars looked like they were from a junkyard. But that was what they wanted."
- Humpy Wheeler in SI.com
Wheeler said Scott "had to be a master of the junkyard" just to make it to the track.
- Andrew Cuomo in Albany Times Union
The owners of this junkyard have recklessly polluted the environment, creating both a health and safety threat as well as ruining the quality of life of its neighbors,said Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.