Definition of groundskeeper
: a person who cares for the grounds of a usually large property (such as a sports field)
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Most people probably don’t realize working in baseball as a groundskeeper is a profession.
Mr. Flynn, who was a Mets groundskeeper for almost 50 years, died on Wednesday on the way to a hospital in Middletown, Conn.
A groundskeeper came by in a golf cart and gave the two homeless men sandwiches and juice.
He is accused of taking money from investors in and around Charlotte and using it to repay other investors and to spend it on personal items, including vacation homes, nannies, a personal chef and a groundskeeper.
Read more: The Royals have the best groundskeeper in baseball Ross said his involvement happened almost by accident.
Groundskeepers just got booed for forcing the squirrel off the field.
Groundskeepers just got booed for forcing the squirrel off the field. —
One day in May the week before graduation, a groundskeeper trimmed the school's front lawn.
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: a person who takes care of a large area of land (such as a sports field or a park)
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