vineyard

Part of speech: noun

A place where grape - vines are cultivated in numbers.

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Usage examples "vineyard":

  1. But they would English his name, even in his own town, for it lingers there in Vineyard Point. - "Tales Of Puritan Land Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Volume 4.", Charles M. Skinner.
  2. There's a clever man down near the landin' who has a big vineyard, and he's trimmed it as your vines ought to have been long ago. - "Driven Back to Eden", E. P. Roe.
  3. The escape of the gas had the usual result- the balloon descended rapidly, and fell in a vineyard near Lugny, where they were found by the peasants holding on to the trees by their legs and arms, and thus attempting to stop the horizontal advance of the car. - "Wonderful Balloon Ascents or, the Conquest of the Skies", Fulgence Marion.