Definition of Front yard

1. Noun. The yard in front of a house; between the house and the street.

Generic synonyms: Curtilage, Grounds, Yard



Definition of Front yard

1. Noun. A yard to the front of a house or similar residence, typically having a lawn and often trees, shrubs, and/or flowers. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Front Yard

front porch
front projector
front ring
front room
front rooms
front row
front runner
front runners
front running
front slash
front teeth
front tooth
front vowel
front wall
front walls
front yard (current term)
front yards
frontad
frontage
frontage road
frontage roads
frontager
frontagers
frontages
frontal
frontal angle of parietal bone
frontal area
frontal artery
frontal belly of occipitofrontalis muscle
frontal bone

Literary usage of Front yard

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"... Section Here are Noted Various Significant Facts Relating to the Progress and General Advancement of all the West Mount Hood's front yard Mosier Hills, ..."

2. Rural Affairs by John Jacob Thomas (1873)
"... 10— Residence with a Neat front yard only. enclosed with a picket fence in the form of a tight pen, with one straight walk passing through the center ..."

3. Supplement ... to the Public Health Reports by United States Public Health Service (1921)
"A yard between the front line of the house and the front line of the lot is a " front yard." A yard between the side line of the house and the s'de line of ..."

4. A Model Housing Law by Lawrence Veiller (1920)
"If he elected to have a front yard or set-back, say of 30 feet, he could build his house 64 feet deep and have a back yard of 6 feet (i4 feet to the centre ..."

5. The Autobiography of Elder Joseph Bates: Embracing a Long Life on Shipboard by Joseph Bates (1868)
"... The Three Corners—Crowded Meeting—Singing— Universalism—Places for Meeting— Opposition— Dream—Extensive front yard—Slaves Ordered to go to the Advent ..."

6. Cases in Crown Law: Determined by the Twelve Judges, by the Court of King's by Thomas Leach (1815)
"That in the front of this building there is a terrace or front yard fenced round in different ways, and at the end of the pile of buildings above described, ..."

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