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Another word for backyard

      1. An extent of open ground partially or completely enclosed by walls or buildings; a courtyard.
      2. A surname​ for someone who worked or lived in a court.
      3. An ecclesiastical court.
      1. Any of various plants of the grass family that are usually used for food, fodder, or grazing and as lawns
      2. Ground covered with grass; pasture land or lawn
      3. An expanse of ground, such as a lawn, covered with grass or similar plants.
      1. (Biology) An overgrown agar culture, such that no separation between single colonies exists.
      2. (In the plural) Pieces of this fabric, especially as used for the sleeves of a bishop.
      3. Ground (generally in front of or around a house) covered with grass kept closely mown.
      1. The state of being enclosed.
      2. (Historical) In England, the gradual process by which communal land was divided into privately owned parcels enclosed by hedges and fences
      3. A boxlike container for a speaker
      1. The piece of hard material, usually wood or composite, to which the frames housing the wheels are attached on a skateboard or landboard.
      2. Any extended horizontal structure in a ship or boat serving as a floor and structural support, and covering, partially or fully, the portion of the vessel that is lower than it is
      3. An outdoor wooden platform enclosed by a low railing, typically, such a platform adjoining a house
      1. A line of houses, esp. of row houses, on ground raised from the street
      2. A platform extending outdoors from a floor of a house or apartment building.
      3. An unroofed, paved area, immediately adjacent to a house, etc. and usually overlooking a lawn or garden
      1. A courtyard or inner area open to the sky, as in Spanish and Spanish-American architecture
      2. An outdoor space for dining or recreation that adjoins a residence and is often paved.
      3. A roofless inner courtyard, typically found in Spanish and Spanish-style dwellings.
      1. An arrangement of living material that is cultivated for food, as a fungus garden maintained by ants.
      2. A piece of ground, usually close to a house, for growing vegetables, fruits, flowers, ornamental shrubs or trees, etc.
      3. Grounds laid out with flowers, trees, and ornamental shrubs and used for recreation or display:
      1. (Plural only) The sediment at the bottom of a liquid, or from which a liquid has been filtered (as in coffee grounds).
      2. (Law) Basis or justification for something, as in "grounds for divorce."
      3. The collective land areas that compose a larger area, as in the castle grounds.
      1. An enclosed tract of ground in which animals, such as chickens or pigs, are kept.
      2. A plot of grass adjacent to a building, house, etc.
      3. The space or grounds surrounding or surrounded by a building or group of buildings