Examples of junkyard in a Sentence
The car was hauled off to the junkyard.
Recent Examples of junkyard from the Web
What perhaps ages less well is the music video, where Usher, dressed like a funhouse version of Alex from A Clockwork Orange, squares off against Tyrese in a junkyard.
The men are accused of taking scrap metal and wood pallets from the warehouse and selling the items at local junkyards, police and court records say.
As Ars previously reported, Huddleston saved what was left of the touring bridge before its pending trip to the junkyard in December 2011.
Academy commander Kevin DeYoung, who also is a firefighter/paramedic with Portage, said department training for extrication used to mean going to a junkyard to find a car.
If the house is on tricky slope, or near a sink hole, or backs up to a junkyard or a prison, or has terrible schools, move on.
Like an ant?) The date took them to an indiscriminate, grungy junkyard, where Chris Harrison was standing with a sledgehammer.
Battered first by the march of technology and lately by the elements in junkyards, the iconic phone boxes are now staging something of a comeback.
That junkyard was a brownfield that need substantial clean-up and remediation.
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JUNKYARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of junkyard for English Language Learners
: a place where you can buy, sell, or leave junk
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