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a garden: a grassy piece of land usually at the back or front of a house

to garden: to look after the grass, flowers, or plants of a garden

a gardener: a person who works in a garden


  • "He often visited the garden, where he gathered lavender, lilac and jasmine."
  • "But it is nice to be outside, and the grass on the field reminds me of the gardens of France."
  • "Pedro : I'm so sorry jefe, the reporter, he told me it was a story about me and gardeners in Dallas."
  • "- The herb garden is not an ‘all you can smoke' buffet."
  • "Reporter : Well, you see I'm working on a story about gardeners in the Dallas area, how they are the real heroes in this country."
  • "Warbuckle : Pedro dammit, you're more than my gardener, you've become like a friend to me."
  • "Brian : I could find a nice little house with a garden in the suburbs."
  • "Warbuckle : Yeah, Pedro, he's my gardener."
  • "Bruno : And erect it in Brian Jones's garden!"
  • "Meditate in any one of our seventeen zen gardens, where relaxing incense will overpower your olfactory glands."

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