Associations to the word «Garden»
GARDEN, noun. An outdoor area containing one or more types of plants, usually plants grown for food or ornamental purposes.
GARDEN, noun. (in the plural) Such an ornamental place to which the public have access.
GARDEN, noun. (attributive) Taking place in, or used in, such a garden.
GARDEN, noun. The grounds at the front or back of a house.
GARDEN, noun. (figuratively) A cluster, a bunch.
GARDEN, noun. (slang) Pubic hair or the genitalia it masks.
GARDEN, verb. (intransitive) (chiefly North America) to grow plants in a garden; to create or maintain a garden.
GARDEN, verb. (intransitive) (cricket) of a batsman, to inspect and tap the pitch lightly with the bat so as to smooth out small rough patches and irregularities.
GARDEN, adjective. Common, ordinary, domesticated.
GARDEN APARTMENT, noun. A detached mother-in-law apartment or cottage on the same parcel as the main house.
GARDEN APARTMENT, noun. One of a set of low-rise apartment buildings built among landscaped grounds and often arranged around courtyards that are open at one end.
GARDEN APARTMENTS, noun. Plural of garden apartment
GARDEN BALSAM, noun. Impatiens balsamina, an annual flowering plant native to southern Asia.
GARDEN BOY, noun. (South Africa) (dated) A male gardener (of any age).
GARDEN BOYS, noun. Plural of garden boy
GARDEN BURGER, noun. Alternative form of gardenburger
GARDEN BURGERS, noun. Plural of garden burger
GARDEN CENTER, noun. Alternative spelling of garden centre
GARDEN CENTERS, noun. Plural of garden center
GARDEN CENTRE, noun. A retail outlet selling plants, furniture and other items intended for outdoor use.
GARDEN CENTRES, noun. Plural of garden centre
GARDEN CHERVIL, noun. The umbelliferous plant Anthriscus cerefolium
GARDEN CITIES, noun. Plural of garden city
GARDEN CITY, noun. (UK) Any of several planned, self-contained communities, surrounded by "greenbelts", containing proportionate areas of residences, industry and agriculture
GARDEN CRESS, noun. (uncountable) (countable) A plant, Lepidium sativum.
GARDEN CRESS, noun. (uncountable) The pungent leaves of the plant, used in salads.
GARDEN DORMOUSE, noun. A rodent in the Gliridae (dormouse) family, Eliomys quercinus.
GARDEN ENGINE, noun. A wheelbarrow tank and pump for watering gardens.
GARDEN GLASS, noun. A bell glass for covering plants.
GARDEN GLASS, noun. A globe of dark-coloured glass, mounted on a pedestal, to reflect surrounding objects; much used as an ornament in gardens in Germany.
GARDEN GLASSES, noun. Plural of garden glass
GARDEN GNOME, noun. A small statue of a gnome used as a garden ornament.
GARDEN GNOMES, noun. Plural of garden gnome
GARDEN HOSE, noun. (uncountable) A type of hose used for light residential applications such as watering lawns or gardens, or washing and rinsing passenger vehicles, etc.
GARDEN HOSE, noun. (countable) A length of hose as above, usually with a male connector on one end and a female connector on the other end, which can carry water from a hose bib (a water faucet or spigot usually located on an exterior wall of a house or other building) for use on a garden or lawn.
GARDEN HOUSE, noun. A summerhouse.
GARDEN HOUSE, noun. (US) (Southern US) A privy.
GARDEN LEAVE, noun. (UK) A period of paid leave before termination of employment.
GARDEN NAIL, noun. A cast nail used for fastening vines to brick walls.
GARDEN NET, noun. A net for covering fruit trees, vines, etc., to protect them from birds.
GARDEN OF EDEN, proper noun. (Abrahamic religions) In the Book of Genesis of the Bible and Surat Sad of the Qur'an, a garden at the source of the Gihon, Pishon, Tigris, and Euphrates rivers, where Adam and Eve first lived after being created.
GARDEN OF EDEN, noun. (cellular automata) A pattern that can only exist as an initial state and is not reachable from any other state.
GARDEN OFFICE, noun. A small, stand alone, building that is designed for the domestic garden and is primarily used for telecommuting or as an office by small businesses. They are often pre-fabricated buildings with insulation and electrical connections. A garden office is generally quite robust and should not be confused with a garden shed, summerhouse or a log cabin.
GARDEN PATH, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see garden, path.
GARDEN PATH, noun. Short for garden path sentence.
GARDEN PATH SENTENCE, noun. A sentence that is easily parsed incorrectly when first read, due to ambiguity of a word or words.
GARDEN PATH SENTENCES, noun. Plural of garden path sentence
GARDEN PATHS, noun. Plural of garden path
GARDEN PATIENCE, noun. (botany) Any of several dock plants of the genus Rumex
GARDEN SHEARS, noun. A tool consisting of two blades with bevel edges, connected by a pivot, used for gardening
GARDEN STATE, proper noun. New Jersey
GARDEN SYRINGE, noun. A syringe for sprinkling plants with water, insecticide, etc.
GARDEN VARIETY, adjective. (idiomatic) Ordinary, common, or unexceptional.
GARDEN, noun. A plot of ground where plants are cultivated.
GARDEN, noun. The flowers or vegetables or fruits or herbs that are cultivated in a garden.
GARDEN, noun. A yard or lawn adjoining a house.
GARDEN, verb. Work in the garden; "My hobby is gardening".
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