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  • Probably few farm barnyards had ever offered an attraction like it before. Cited from TCB Across The Continent, by Edg. Darlington
  • It has blown through the fields and barnyards and all the common places of the land. Cited from Gala-Days, by Gail Hamilton (Abigail Dodge)
  • I think good things to look at by yourself would be stables and barnyards, and the lower part of barns. Cited from The Girl at Cobhurst, by Frank Richard Stockton
  • Many barnyards, farms and ranches were built along the short road through Matzwitz.
  • Economies equally great are made in the work done in the barnyards and barns. Cited from Modern Economic Problems, Economics Vol. II, by Frank Albert Fetter
  • Enclosed barnyards are usually formed by a combination of fences and buildings.
  • I don't know just why, but I associate that peculiar aroma of summer with woodpiles and barnyards. Cited from Mince Pie, by Christopher Darlington Morley
  • Between the hills they could see various farms, with the cattle grazing in the pastures, or standing in groups in the barnyards. Cited from Out with Gun and Camera, by Ralph Bonehill
  • Depending on climate, barnyards may contain trees for shade.
  • Neighbors neglected their fields and barnyards to hear the lad's shoutings to God. Cited from My Neighbors, by Caradoc Evans
  • All fecal matter should be deeply buried or burned, the stalls, barnyards, also thoroughly disinfected. Cited from The Veterinarian, by Chas. J. Korinek
  • Inca doves live near areas of human habitation and feed in opens areas such as lawns and barnyards.
  • In barnyards near calves were waiting, frantic to get at those same swollen teats. Cited from That Old-Time Child, Roberta, by Sophie Fox Sea
  • They were absorbed in their barnyards and kitchen sinks and bad cooking and worse dressmaking. Cited from Hillsboro People, by Dorothy Canfield
  • Barnyards today is home to a renowned flock of Suffolk sheep.
  • Also, in barnyards we saw fowls, which was more than we had seen West of us-- and now and again a family cat dozing on some doorstep freshly swept. Cited from The Hidden Children, by Robert W. Chambers
  • The phosphorus, nitrogen and ammonia collect in the lake water and the lake bed from polluted streams that run into the lake after passing through farm fields, barnyards and subdivisions.
  • The Japanese Canadians who resided within the camp at Hastings Park were placed in stables and barnyards, where they lived without privacy in an unsanitary environment.
  • In addition to croplands and pastures, feedlots, barnyards, and area of manure stacking line the banks of Limestone Run in some areas.
  • We call the common fly the "domestic" or "house" fly, because he lives only in the neighborhood of houses and barnyards where heaps of manure and piles of dirt are allowed to gather. Cited from The Child's Day, by Woods Hutchinson
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Root form of barnyards is barnyard for the noun.

Meaning of barnyards

  • noun A yard adjoining a barn