View definitions for back yard
Its handle, she notes, was made from a mesquite tree in her back yard.
The bear retreated, but became a fixture around the neighborhood, raiding garbage cans, taking dips in back-yard pools.
It used to be one of each, but now, he goes three or four times every time he goes into the back yard.
But insults are a very different proposition when they are coming from a foreigner standing in your back yard.
This day the workmen began to make me a sellar door out of the back yard, which will much please me.
I guess it had about a minimum of two bedrooms, rather large back yard.
By-and-by I beat the shoemaker on metres and the son in the back yard, and then I left 'em, for they was no more use to me.
I'd far rather mop out my back yard any day than write the receipt for the lodgers' rent.
Two medium-sized buggy wheels were found in the back yard of a blacksmith shop, which were procured for a nominal price.
On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to back yard, such as: bed, field, greenhouse, nursery, patio, and terrace.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.