Definition of lawned in US English:



  • See lawn

    • ‘A much improved and spacious three bedroomed family house with good-sized sunny lawned rear garden.’
    • ‘The grounds at the front and the back are extensively landscaped with mature trees, foliage, herbaceous borders, extensive lawned gardens and a paved patio area.’
    • ‘Where there were once rose beds and lawned areas up past Hermit Hole, there is now rough grass which is occasionally and halfheartedly mown and the cuttings left to rot.’
    • ‘There are 19 acres of lawned grounds with well-established trees and bushes.’
    • ‘This large Scottish-baronial style house is surrounded by large lawned gardens, flower beds, a traditional kitchen garden and woodland.’
    • ‘There are terraces on the ground and first floors, plus a lawned garden with built-in irrigation system.’
    • ‘Outside, there is a lawned and railed front garden with mature hedging, while there is laneway access to a small patio garden to the rear.’
    • ‘The rear garden, which is lawned and bordered by mature hedging, includes a spacious double garage with a remote control roller shutter and vehicular access.’
    • ‘It is a combination of the flat racecourse looking at its best in high summer, which is what it is designed for, with a chance for people to enjoy the lawned areas.’
    • ‘Outside are extensive lawned gardens with superb views to the north western fells of the Lake District.’
    • ‘Outside, there is an extensive lawned garden with flowerbeds and hedges to the front.’
    • ‘Part of the back garden is also lawned but most of the lawn is to the front of the property.’
    • ‘The property benefits from lawned gardens to front, side and rear and also a single garage.’
    • ‘Sadly this lawned area with its avenue of pollarded lime trees is split in half by the main Swindon-Salisbury road.’
    • ‘Outside, the well maintained front garden is lawned and is bordered by a number of flower beds.’
    • ‘Behind the bungalow, a lawned area led down to a compost heap and a small ditch at the bottom of the garden.’
    • ‘Outside, there is a gravel drive, a lawned area and a shed.’
    • ‘The gardens are well maintained and feature raised rookery flowerbeds at the front and a lawned area to the rear overlooking Blessington lake.’
    • ‘Now on sale for €820,000, this 1997-built town house has off-street parking to the front and a 38 ft lawned garden to the rear.’
    • ‘His desire was to have a large, level lawned area and that's just what he got.’
    • ‘There are also lawned areas around the house with well-stocked mature borders and a variety of shrubs and trees.’
    • ‘Steps and cobbled walkways lead down through the gardens from the farmhouses to the lawned pool terrace.’
    • ‘The blocks were set well back from the road, surrounded by large lawned gardens behind black spiked railings and heavy iron gates.’
    • ‘The imposing Victorian building was constructed in 1860 and is set in one-and-a-half acres of lawned gardens.’
    • ‘The apartments will be situated in two blocks, one of which is five storeys and the other three, and will be set in lawned and paved landscaped gardens.’