Estate and Garden


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Estate noun – A piece of land and its buildings used to grow crops or raise livestock.
Usage example: a huge coffee estate in Brazil

Garden and estate are semantically related in property topic. In some cases you can use "Garden" instead a noun "Estate".
Synonyms for Estate


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Garden noun – A large room or building for enclosed public gatherings.
Estate and garden are semantically related in park topic. Sometimes you can use "Estate" instead a noun "Garden".
Nearby Words: gardening, gardener, gardened, gardenia
Synonyms for Garden

How words are described

old old estate old garden
complete complete estate complete garden
front front estate front garden
empty empty estate empty garden
Other adjectives: small, entire, real, large, huge, main, remote, beautiful, private, vast, nearby, eponymous.

Both words in one sentence

  • Garden of Evil Best known - runaway garden/jungle in front of Griphon estate.
  • Film / Short Cuts In the Kanes' front garden, there is a real estate agent sign with Betty Weathers' name on it.
  • Flower Motifs She takes their card and their suggestion to visit the gardens at Penford Hall, and is soon tasked with restoring a walled garden on the estate.
    Source: Flower Motifs
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