Estate and Lawns


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Estate noun – A large impressive residence.
Lawns and estate are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Lawns" instead a noun "Estate".
Synonyms for Estate


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Estate and lawns are semantically related. You can use "Estate" instead a noun "Lawns".
Synonyms for Lawns

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  • In one King of the Hill episode, when Bobby gets a summer job for a guy who cleans poop off lawns, he and his employer gross out his folks by describing an incident at work: their discovery of deposits of gigantic turds, scattered all over an estate's grounds.
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Lawns or Estate. 2016. Accessed May 29, 2022.

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