garden rake

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: rake - a rake used by gardenersgarden rake - a rake used by gardeners    
rake - a long-handled tool with a row of teeth at its head; used to move leaves or loosen soil
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"Have you any--any--any--well now, say any garden rakes?" stammered Matthew.
Miss Harris looked somewhat surprised, as well she might, to hear a man inquiring for garden rakes in the middle of December.
"I use a broom handle and a garden rake. I draw it out and then use the rake.
A garden rake is the perfect way to remove moss and thatch from your lawn, but it can be physical work.
Less than a year after being freed he attacked Fay Mills, 60, during a row over a garden rake last June.
A DRUG addicted knifeman tried to batter his way into a house with a garden rake while his terrified victim cowered inside.
Markkanen posted a photo of himself holding a garden rake with the caption, "Anyone need their floors raked?"
And, on December 18, he banged on the windows of her home with a garden rake before grabbing her by the throat.
For cultivation and weeding, Matt uses a standard garden rake, a variety of hoes (wheel, stirrup, collinear, and others), and a propane flame weeder.