- a playground or sports field near a school.
Origin of schoolyard
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Examples from the Web for schoolyard
But if the First Amendment rises to that level, surely it rises to the level of schoolyard insults.The First Amendment Works, But Does it Work Blue?
July 19, 2014
Sadly, Groupon Government is one area in which bipartisanship rules like a schoolyard bully.The Golden Age of Government by Groupon
April 22, 2014
In his 10-minute interview from Washington with King in Los Angeles, McKeon called Putin a “schoolyard bully.”
He then said of those who kept kids waiting on the first day of classes, “This is the behavior of a bully in a schoolyard.”In New Jersey, There’s No Exit for Chris Christie’s Bridge Trolls
January 9, 2014
It would just happen once in a while—schoolyard confrontations.Keanu Reeves Dishes On Kung Fu, Amazon Drones, Directing ‘Man of Tai Chi,’ And More
December 6, 2013
Bruce, confident of victory, is playing racquets, just below the schoolyard.Julian Home
Dean Frederic W. Farrar
Let us take a handful of soil from the field, the schoolyard, or the street and examine it.
Choose some tree in the schoolyard, if possible, and make this the basis of the work.
Or play you dreamed that you found a gold coin in the schoolyard.Beginner's Book in Language
After that, they became chums and between them ruled the schoolyard.The Little Lady of the Big House