verb (used with object), land·scaped, land·scap·ing.
verb (used without object), land·scaped, land·scap·ing.
- landry syndrome,
- landry's paralysis,
- landry-guillain-barré syndrome,
- landscape architect,
- landscape architecture,
- landscape gardener,
- landscape gardening,
Origin of landscape
Examples from the Web for landscaping
Herman developed his own landscaping business while in high school.Exclusive: ‘X-Men’ Sex Abuse Lawyer Says He Was Assaulted, Too|Tim Teeman|May 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gavin worked two and three jobs at a time (in restaurants and landscaping) to put himself though community college.Gavin Arvizo’s New Beginning: Jackson Abuse Accuser Gets Married at 24|Diane Dimond|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Her father, who had been a cowboy on a ranch in Arizona, now works for a landscaping company.
This recipe takes a quarter of the time and keeps your landscaping intact by using a crockpot.
He had taken a keen interest from the beginning in the building of the House and the landscaping of the grounds.Legends of the Skyline Drive and the Great Valley of Virginia|Carrie Hunter Willis
The principal difference between us and the small animals that occasionally cause Prime trouble with his landscaping is control.Fair and Warmer|E. G. von Wald
He also, he and this friend of his, Steve Moore, were trying to found this little company of landscaping.Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Landscaping to reproduce an idealized country scene replaced formal gardens.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.|S. A. Reilly
The vogue for formality in English architecture and landscaping was mirrored in the arrangement of the Virginia estates.
- the genre including such pictures
- (as modifier)landscape painter
- (of a publication or an illustration in a publication) of greater width than heightCompare portrait (def. 3)
- (of a page) carrying an illustration or table printed at right angles to the normal text
Word Origin for landscape
by 1861; see landscape (v.).
The question, however, is, Can landscape-gardening (or short and sweet, landscaping) be taught? It, plainly, cannot. ["The Gardener's Monthly" July 1861]
Also of artists, "depiction as a landscape" (1868).
c.1600, "painting representing natural scenery," from Dutch landschap, from Middle Dutch landscap "region," from land "land" (see land) + -scap "-ship, condition" (see -ship). Originally introduced as a painters' term. Old English had cognate landscipe, and cf. Old High German lantscaf, German Landschaft, Old Norse landskapr. Meaning "tract of land with its distinguishing characteristics" is from 1886.
"to lay out lawns, gardens, etc., plant trees for the sake of beautification," by 1916, from landscape (n). Related: Landscaped; landscaping.