All back yards and every spare patch of ground were in vegetables.
For two hours we had roamed the street, the gardens, and back yards.
Perhaps New York is like ancient Rome—all walls and back yards.
"We can plan out our back yards any time, I should think," said Dorothy.
I started slowly, and crawled through alleys and back yards, it seemed to me, for miles.
Large families have in some cases seven or eight of these conical heaps in their back yards.
The most useful of all birds is the common fowl, seen on almost every farm and in the back yards of many city and village homes.
The window was open, but looked upon roofs and back yards; no sound of carriage wheels rose to break the quiet.
We had no glorious out-door playground in West Newton; it was a matter of back yards and sullen streets.
Ruined, battered and bloody Fredericksburg three times was a Federal hospital and its back yards became little cemeteries.