A plot of grass, usually tended or mowed, as one around a residence or in a park or estate.(noun)
A light cotton or linen fabric of very fine weave.(noun)
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Use "lawn" in a sentence
"~Joe walked across Demi's lawn and across her neighbor's lawn~"
"Clearly, the term lawn, with its 19th-century connotation of society matrons batting a powder puff, should be deleted from the titles of all official national tennis organizations."
"The plants in the yard are wilting and the lawn is an earthy shade of brown."