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How to use junkyard in a sentence
If we squander this moment, we will all be back in the junkyard soon enough.
My mom would wake up most nights to see our living room transformed into a small electronic junkyard.
But those close to the Jackson clan have also described him as “mean as a junkyard dog,” and a “shameless womanizer.”
Despite his nebbishy demeanor, the Senate majority leader is an incorrigible junkyard dog.Why Harry Reid’s Mormon Slur May Be Good for the Church | Michelle Cottle | September 26, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
This giant junkyard of laws and regulations that are individually well-meaning collectively act as a dead tyrant.20 Big Thinkers Suggest Ideas to Fix Our Broken Government | Philip K. Howard | April 11, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
She found the late saint in the junkyard tossing old iron into Shuder's wagon.
Harvey was eager to reach the junkyard and make his final arrangements and begin.
Harvey puffed at his pipe and looked out of the gate of the junkyard at the street.
The junkyard was a fine place in which to shelter stray dogs.
He would lead the way to where three canines were chained in the junkyard.
British Dictionary definitions for junkyard
a place where junk is stored or collected for sale
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