Synonyms for barnyard

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The little house was bustling; a dozen automobiles were parked in the barnyard.

It was as if their barnyard well had burst into a mighty, high-shooting geyser.

But when he saw her at the barnyard gate, he was again in the dark as to her motive.

In our barnyard no family is more respected than that of the ducks.

"We are not the first, after all," said the preacher as he saw the number of conveyances in and about the barnyard.

She sniffed, smiling, as she followed Phœbe and David down the path to the barnyard.

Take your fish to the kitchen an' then git down to the barnyard as quick as you can.

On the other side of the house is the barnyard, and the road goes by to the village.

And he dashed out of the woodshed and ran to the barnyard as fast as he could scamper.

They were turning into the barnyard when she discovered them.

WORD ORIGIN

1510s, from barn + yard (n.1). Figurative of coarse or uncivilized behavior from 1920.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BARNYARD

crude

adjectivevulgar, unpolished in manner
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