Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not mowed or cut down.
- adj. Not mowed
“Senkow noted that the county already issues liens - which would force a property owner to pay the red-light ticket debt before a property could be sold - for other code enforcement violations such as unmowed grass or an unsafe structure.”
“It looked like nothing more than very big, tall blades of unmowed grass.”
“Leafy sea dragons blend into the flora perfectly and hundreds of sea snakes poke out of the sea floor like so much unmowed grass.”
“Hey, if he is going to pump up Paulson by saying he has a cute kid and unmowed lawn as a qualification to loan him $100M for his enterprise then two things:”
“ Behind the house was an unmowed field cut through by a path of his making.”
“The broken fence, like an unmowed lawn, was a visual metaphor for a broken society in which slavery was dragging an entire culture into barbarism.”
“Fortunately, those issues never came up at Number 9 Ravenwood Avenue, where most of the railing had fallen right off and now lay hidden in the unmowed lawn.”
“But those things only matter to those who know that it's the wrong car in the driveway, or who care that the lawn might have been unmowed that day.”
“If you see a house with falling gutters and an unmowed lawn but with a big screen tv inside you can predict foreclosure in much the same way.”
“It turned out California managed to survive with its lawns unmowed that day.”
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