foreyard


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foreyard

An exterior court in front of a building.
References in classic literature ?
'Surely,' he said gently, 'there will be enough left to square the foreyard.'
As typifies a house of this era, to the front of the property is a foreyard with attractive blue tiled entrance, and railings surrounding a low maintenance pebbled area.
The prime minister, while planting a tree in the foreyard of Prime Minister Office announced to observe Feb 9 as the National Green Day every year.
Rat did not touch the bottle till the sun was over the foreyard and always remained master of the situation with great dignity.