grounds[ ground ]SEE DEFINITION OF grounds
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROUNDS
The spot was not a great way from the house, but beyond its grounds.
Yes; but one who could behave like that would be only too likely to give other grounds of offence.
The grounds were in excellent condition, and the opposition boys were at their best.
She would leave Amelia to have the pleasure of showing them the grounds.
On these grounds he was discharged, and the judge took the umbrella.
So I strove to bring the talk upon other grounds, but not with much success.
A gardener, with a boy assistant, was at work in the grounds when Eudora entered.
Her husband and grandson were the man and boy at work in the grounds.
All parties and sects had, as they thought, grounds of complaint against him.
The grounds had evidently been magnificent, both with flowers and forest trees.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GROUNDS
- raison d'être
- song and dance
- whole idea
- why and wherefore