Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
A field used for outdoor team games.
playing field, field, ground, sports fieldView synonyms
- ‘It was a busy week on the playing fields for the club with nearly all teams in action.’
- ‘It will mean 3,200 new homes, playing fields, parks, shops and roads being built.’
- ‘The prospect of schools being given the use of playing fields their pupils walk past every day is now close to becoming a reality.’
- ‘These facilities are desperately needed to rectify the acute shortage of sports pitches and playing fields in the town.’
- ‘Public facilities will include playing fields, an indoor sports arena and an athletics track.’
- ‘The fortnight will end with a grand fête on the Grove Park Road playing fields.’
- ‘As previously thought, there are plans for a primary school with extensive playing fields and a community centre.’
- ‘This racing season kicks off with a slate of technical amendments aimed at leveling the playing field for all teams.’
- ‘A boundary fence has now been erected by the developers between the new houses and the playing field car park.’
- ‘Drunks have also been reported in areas outside the town centre, especially in playing fields.’
- ‘These more mature trees make a quicker impact in places like golf courses and municipal gardens or playing fields.’
- ‘But other groups prefer to use the pavilion next to the playing fields which has a bigger car park.’
- ‘Volunteers are needed to clear the corner, next to Gibbs Close, on the playing field.’
- ‘But just an hour later the travellers set up camp on playing fields at Woodside Park, Thundersley.’
- ‘The sports centre subsidises things like playing fields and football fields.’
- ‘A small car parking area on a Rayleigh playing field could be closed by the town council because of its poor condition.’
- ‘These centres have no playing fields or other sports facilities, and there are no sports clubs to join.’
- ‘The world has moved on from the dark days of the Second World War when parks and playing fields were dug up to provide extra food.’
- ‘A netball court, a playing field and football pitch will be set to the south of the school.’
- ‘The worst affected areas are the Salisbury Road recreation ground and the Elcot Lane playing fields.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.