A comfortable, peaceful, and affluent sort of life; rural paradise: What do I want after this rat-race? The white picket fence
[fr the frequent depiction of such life in such dwellings by filmmakers of the 1930s and '40s]
I grew up wanting the whole shebang: Prince Charming, white picket fence and our cooing angel-faced children.
The one we parked in front of had an Astroturf lawn and white picket fence.
For some, happily-ever-after includes a white picket fence, two-and-a-half children, and a Golden Retriever.
Miss Ann sat, dazed and wondering, while Billy pulled out the luggage and piled it up by the white picket fence.
A white picket fence about the yard with a nice garden spot on the hillside.
A white picket fence surrounded the yard, except at the back, where the edge of the precipice made it useless.
A white picket fence went all around the lawn, and as Grandpa stopped the horses before the gate, three people came out.
Beyond the bridge was a large house on the hill, with a white picket fence around it.
A white picket fence effectually separated it from a broad, shaded, not unpleasing street.
A white picket fence was presently marching with him alongside the shining road.