To put it more bluntly, by scaling back mowing, Charap wanted to change Americans’ perceptions of landscaping, one cemetery—or tiny burial plot—at a time.
Keep the mower stored properly, away from rain and snow, and you’ll get more than a couple of years worth of mowing out of it.
Then grab this automated mowing robot that can trim up to one half of an acre.
It’s time to consider an attractive, low-maintenance alternative by replacing your lawn with ground cover plants that don’t require any mowing at all.
Principal among them is the need for regular mowing, a chore that primarily serves to stave off your neighbors’ disapproval by conforming to a dated suburban ideal.
The killers went from classroom to classroom mowing down teachers and students alike.
With this tool, Death is illustrated in many a 15th-century woodcut mowing down souls as if they were grain.
Or maybe it was the day we first picked up a razor aged 11 or 13 or 15 and began the lifelong mowing of body hair.
Political ads showing Harry Reid on rider mower, mowing the Mall?
She often worked multiple jobs at a time, including tutoring, carpentry, mowing highways, waiting tables, and clerking.
Let her have one day at the 'mowing,' if you choose, then she'd better be put into that old pasture and left there.
He had a contrivance that looked like a small mowing machine, and was busily cutting swaths of wool along her sides.
Happening to remember that the mowing machine was standing in the barnyard, with the mowing-bar in the air, I examined it.
No more easy conquests for him, sitting in his college chair, mowing them all down like a Maxim as far asEly.
All through schooltime the mowing-machine hummed its low harmony of perishable minutes and wasted sunlight.
On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mowing, such as: trim, shear, crop, clip, scythe, and sickle.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.