yardwork

yardwork

(ˈjɑːdˌwɜːk)
n
US garden work including the care of lawns, plants, and trees in the yard of a house
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Gibson broke a basement window to enter a Westboro home in January, while the homeowner was doing yardwork.
There once was a fellow from Troy Who never thought yardwork a joy.
I don't know what people value more - freedom to be able to do yardwork with tools on a Saturday afternoon, or peace and quiet,'' she said.
She added that Thompson didn't thoroughly convince the jury that items found in Anderson's vehicle - such as a can of gasoline, a few packs of matches, yardwork gloves and a piece of rope - constituted a ``murder kit'' Anderson brought along to kill Gupta.
Americans should get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise such as walking or vigorous yardwork most days of the week and no less than three days a week, according to the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports in Washington, D.