vacant lot

IPA: vˈeɪkʌntɫˈɑt

noun

  • An unused area of land in an urban area (not built, not a farm, not a park).

Examples of "vacant-lot" in Sentences

  • What we need is a vacant-lot surcharge or something like it.
  • But at least vacant-lot gardening allows the residents of Baltimore to escape the tyranny of the market.
  • 'Nowtopia: How pirate programmers, outlaw bicyclists, and vacant-lot gardeners are inventing the future today'.
  • So-called "vacant-lot voters" often live in legitimate residences, but on property with outdated commercial zoning.
  • That all changed in May, when the piece of ground formerly cloaked with the standard vacant-lot quilt of red clay dirt and desert weeds got plowed.
  • A brisk nurse named Sonia Browne comes once a day to change the dressings and to give advice, but as soon as she vanishes into her red Volkswagen Beetle Henry subsides into his vacant-lot persona.
  • The festival’s keynote speaker is Chris Carlsson, author of the recently-published book: ‘Nowtopia: How pirate programmers, outlaw bicyclists, and vacant-lot gardeners are inventing the future today’.
  • Rebates were the subject of 631 complaints received by the office of AG John Suthers over the 14-month period, followed by complaints about utility service, mostly dealing with cable and satellite-television service (254 complaints); roofing and gutter contractors (193 complaints); health foods and nutritional supplements (145 complaints); and time-share and vacant-lot resales (129 complaints).

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