Examples of planter in a Sentence
She bought a planter to put on their deck.
a wealthy South American planter
Recent Examples of planter from the Web
Hammerle Park picnic shelter next to Bolton School, Highway 43 and Lewis Street, West Linn Wilsonville Garden Club Annual Plant Sale: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sun and shade planters as well as blooming annuals.
The finished restaurant seats 65 inside, including at a central communal table, and an additional 35 on the secluded patio, edged by vertical planters currently sporting edible flowers and sinuous pea shoots.
By the middle of the nineteenth century, domestic slave prices were so high that many planters had begun lobbying to reopen the global trade.
That's why this planter spoke to the core of my being.
And across Britain, heritage plaques on Georgian townhouses euphemistically describe former slave traders and slave owners as West Indies merchants or planters.
Items are raffled and auctioned off and proceeds go toward the flower baskets and planters throughout Okauchee during the summer months, seasonal decorations, flags and banners and the Annual Tree Lighting and Live Nativity event.
The Woodlands is a mid-19th century cemetery, which dates to a time when, believe it or not, graves were designed to be planters … and many Americans liked the idea of eternal rest under a bed of roses.
Layered like the parts of a tree, the interiors are similarly dynamic, with staggered floors, a central atrium, glass walls, and planters.
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PLANTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of planter for English Language Learners
: a container in which plants are grown
: a person who owns a plantation
: a machine that plants seeds in the ground
PLANTER Defined for Kids
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