Definitions

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  • n. One that does landscaping.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who arranges features of the landscape or garden attractively

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Examples

  • Blanc's career as a vertical landscaper is mostly a happy accident.

    Private Eye

  • I guarantee that those who believe we would be enjoying a simpler life by living off the land are the same ones who can't bear to look at a blade of crabgrass without calling their landscaper in a panic.

    Tyler Hits a Home Run, David Henderson | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • KEILAR: Well, in Los Angeles, some people call landscaper Eli Estrada just plain crazy.

    CNN Transcript Apr 10, 2008

  • Mel Gibson's rants, he flew off the handle while accusing his baby mama of having an affair with the "tree man" (aka the landscaper).

    Celebrity gossip juicy celebrity rumors Hollywood gossip blog from Perez Hilton

  • Pickron, who had experience in the background-screening industry, soon learned the landscaper was a convicted felon released from prison two years earlier.

    azcentral.com | news

  • If you have a sprawling estate with lots of grass but few trees, maybe you should call your landscaper before booking your next flight.

    Staff Blogs

  • Meanwhile, it now turns out that the fake watch that the Salahis used to settle a debt to a landscaper was a gift from Tareq Salahi's brother or so claims his lawyer.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • The watch Tareq Salahi turned over last week to satisfy a debt owed to a landscaper is a fake, according to court records and the jeweler asked to authenticate it.

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  • In one case, says Brancatelli, Kellogg saw a lawn mower in a truck belonging to Williams's husband and declared him a "landscaper" for the mortgage records.

    Mortgages and Madness

  • It was also good that Mr.H. had stopped by because, as he is a heavy duty power-shoveling big rock-moving kind of landscaper, and has let me have a lot of firewood from his lands, in small recompense I had mail-ordered a pair of steel-toed rubber boots for him from Gempler's, so now I could give them to him.

    PureLandMountain.com

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