a person who is responsible for the care and maintenance of a particular tract of land, as an estate, a park, or a cemetery.
a person in charge of maintaining a football field, baseball diamond, etc.
- Also groundkeeper.
- groundskeeping, noun
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How to use groundskeeper in a sentence
I’ve had too many altercations with minatory groundskeepers who, in fairness, were not thrilled about the fact that I’d interpreted the “No Trespassing” sign as more of a recommendation.Who Pooped on the Track in Sedona? The Running World Needs to Know. | mmirhashem | February 25, 2022 | Outside Online
Our groundskeeper is from the Midwest, so this will be all new to him.Cicadas could have a major presence at minor league ballparks in the D.C. area | Scott Allen | May 12, 2021 | Washington Post
She told the groundskeeper at their home in Sedona, Arizona, to shoot down the drones if he saw one.
Growing up on the school campus, he’d spend his days hanging out both with groundskeepers and Ivy League–educated teachers from the English department.Can a Domestic ‘Study Abroad’ Bridge America’s Divides? | Daniel Malloy | December 13, 2020 | Ozy