Plot and Yard


Plot noun - A secret plan for accomplishing evil or unlawful ends.

Yard and plot are semantically related (South African) in stand topic. In some cases you can use "Yard" instead a noun "Plot", when it comes to topics like tract.

Nearby Words: plotted, plotting, plotless


Yard noun - The area around and belonging to a building.
Usage example: we're looking for a house with a big yard

Plot and yard are semantically related in place topic. Sometimes you can use "Plot" instead a noun "Yard", if it concerns topics such as tract.

Nearby Words: yardage, yarding

How words are described

good good plot good yard
full full plot full yard
specific specific plot specific yard
complete complete plot complete yard
Other adjectives: entire, massive, big, little, different, said.

Both words in one sentence

  • Lampshaded again in the episode "A Tale of Two Springfields", which was about a badger invading the Simpsons' back yard, until Homer tried to call animal control, at which point the plot became about area codes.
  • Franchise / Wallace & Gromit He has both a room in the house and a kennel in the yard, and walks on two or four legs as the plot requires.
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show had an episode called "A Yard Too Far" that was basically the same plot as Yogi Bear's "Pie Pirates" episode except that the dog is replaced with a baboon and pies are replaced with hog jowls.
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