mow the lawn

mow the lawn

and mow one’s lawn
tv. to comb one’s hair. I’ll be with you as soon as I mow the lawn. Don’t you think you better mow your lawn?
See also: lawn, mow
References in classic literature ?
He can mow the lawn and run errands when the horses do not need atten- tion," she explained to her husband.
Daniel Farrington, 70, offered to mow the lawn of a woman he knew.
But when they stopped by to mow the lawn, they found the home was gone, with only a slab of foundation remaining.
Wait at least another three days before you mow the lawn to allow the weedkillers to get down to the plant roots.
THE daffodils are out and blossom is blooming, both sure-fire signs that spring has sprung and its time to get out in the garden - and one of the first jobs is to mow the lawn.
Remember you will not be able to mow the lawn until June when the bulb foliage dies down.
Increasing numbers of gardeners are spotting signs of climate change in their backyards, including having to mow the lawn more frequently and for longer in the year, a survey claims.
He decided to mow the lawn even though he said he didn't really fancy it.
A similar number said they would be more inclined to mow the lawn and do gardening.
Miracle-Gro himself think I'll be any happier if I only have to mow the lawn twice a year?
On May 31, 2000, American Gary Hatter - soon to be known as the Mad Hatter - said: "Just off to mow the lawn, love" and climbed aboard his power machine at his home in Portland, Maine.
If I mow the lawn my dad gives me about four dollars,'' he said.
I wanted to prove you can mow the lawn from the comfort of your own buggy.
You should mow the lawn regularly during the summer months,' he said.