Definition of junkyard
: a yard used to store sometimes resalable junk
Examples of junkyard in a Sentence
The car was hauled off to the junkyard.
Recent Examples of junkyard from the Web
Jadis The junkyard gang (aka the Scavengers) is aligned with the Saviors.
Boats and tools are made out of metal reclaimed from the war junkyard.
GM was able to recall EV-1s from customers because the cars were leased rather than sold outright, and dramatic footage in the film showed the cars crushed and piled in junkyards.
This productive hotspot features swiftly moving water that sweeps over more rip-rap than a junkyard.
Smoke billows from burnt cars parked inside a junkyard after a fire broke out in Rome, Thursday, June 1, 2017.
Oscar Romo, a professor of urban studies and planning at UC San Diego, said runoff and flows from broken pipes in Tijuana’s canyons pick up contamination from junkyards and other urban environments before streaming across the border.
The new track lays Cherub's soulful vocals over a smooth beat by Premier, while the video is set in a junkyard where some ladies eventually decide to wreck havoc on some television sets.
As an immigrant from the Netherlands, I’m used to better mass transportation — a system with two trains (one express and one that stops at every town) and clean trains, not like the junkyard ones BART uses.
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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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