1 In a ceremony on the White House lawn, President Bush will remember the victims of September the eleventh.
2 The main drawback is that the lawn could sink as the old turf rots, so you need to build it up a little higher than you might otherwise, to allow for shrinkage.
3 One neighbor, who usually uses the truck to haul away lawn debris, always returns the truck in meticulous condition.
4 I shiver as I stand smoking on the lawn, listening to the birds talk to each other in autumn wind.
5 They flew over the lawn where an array of mighty old thorn trees, strong, knotty, and broad as oaks.
6 I can now conjecture readily that this streak of light was, in all likelihood, a gleam from a lantern carried by someone across the lawn.
7 In order to catch them and keep up with the demand I used to wait till dusk and go out and set the sprinkler in the lawn and turn it on for about an hour.
8 Jeremy hated his neighbor's unkempt lawn: he thought its neglected appearance had a detrimental effect on neighborhood property values.
9 I see an aquamarine swimming pool, an aluminum garage, a suburban lawn.
10 In summer we mow our lawn once a week.
11 She swivelled her chair round and stared out across the back lawn.
12 We got the lawn mower working again eventually.
13 The lawn is green and fresh.
14 The ground should be levelled before you plant a lawn.