gardener


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  • noun

Synonyms for gardener

someone who takes care of a garden

someone employed to work in a garden

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Camaralzaman warmly thanked the kind old man for offering him shelter, and was about to say more, but the gardener interrupted him with:
But instead of replying, the gardener threw himself at my feet and swore that he was innocent.
The keeper and the gardener, witnesses to Mademoiselle Cormon's excitement, stood aside and awaited her orders.
The gardener nodded and began to fling up the balls, which were picked up by La Ramee and the guard.
In the winter-nights--" the Gardener was beginning.
Almost as he spoke the huge figure of the hairy gardener appeared on a higher ridge of the trenched and terraced lawn, hailing them with a brandished rake and a horribly bellowing voice.
Next door to Sally's Aunt Jane, in a cosy little cottage with a wonderful little garden, lived Thomas Kitchener, a large, grave, self-sufficing young man, who, by sheer application to work, had become already, though only twenty-five, second gardener at the Hall.
Rouncewell and her grandson follow them; a young gardener goes before to open the shutters.
All the profound plans about cutting off and capturing Napoleon and his army were like the plan of a market gardener who, when driving out of his garden a cow that had trampled down the beds he had planted, should run to the gate and hit the cow on the head.
He had managed to coax old Brus, the gardener, into letting him have the key to the little postern gate on the plea that he wished to indulge in a midnight escapade, hinting broadly of a fair lady who was to be the partner of his adventure, and, what was more to the point with Brus, at the same time slipping a couple of golden zecchins into the gardener's palm.
I have heard you and that detestable Jacob, as you call him, so often talk about what is the soil best fitted for growing tulips, that I know it as well as the first gardener of Haarlem.
He is followed by a sturdy fellow in a composite dress, which presents him under the double aspect of a groom and a gardener.
A MAN had two daughters, the one married to a gardener, and the other to a tile-maker.
He told me it was wanted by his gardener, to be used, in solution, for the killing of insects in the greenhouse.
Inchbare is associated with the poultry; the poultry are associated with the gardener's wife; the gardener's wife is associated with the gardener--and so the gardener gets into my head.