Examples of junkyard in a Sentence
The car was hauled off to the junkyard.
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Next to the junkyard was Hance’s Auto Glass (the Hances lived in an apartment above the shop), and across the street from Hance’s was Kline Pontiac (the Klines likewise lived upstairs).
Now that Tesla and its driver are overhead, in America’s junkyard in the sky.
Put more simply: The space around Earth is becoming a junkyard.
That Michigan played a junkyard-dog-type defense, and that defense became the Wolverines' identity, and that identity carried into the Big Ten season and the NCAA tournament and an Elite Eight game on Friday.
Jordan Industrial Services is seeking a license to operate at 125 Finley Blvd. at the former site of Kimerling Truck Parts, which was a junkyard.
There ought to be graphics of a junkyard of jalopies: Look, there's the ghost of Virginia right there.
From Zamora's two-story house, the border is a two-block stretch of deeply rutted dirt roads lined with shanties and junkyards.
But as described in Educated, there was physical abuse as well—not just in the junkyard hazards but within the house.
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Definition of junkyard for English Language Learners
: a place where you can buy, sell, or leave junk
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