Adjective "gardening" definition and examples

(Gardening may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈɡɑːd(ə)nɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

noun

The activity of tending and cultivating a garden, especially as a pastime.
  1. as modifier 'gardening gloves'
  2. 'You can tell a judge is popular when an usher at his court fashions a humorous painting of him enjoying his favourite pastime of gardening.'
  3. 'Alison too, remembers her mother's love of gardening and flowers.'
  4. 'She loves her gardening and she gets food shopping for her elderly neighbours.'
  5. 'If you're into the more subversive, wacky side of vegetable gardening then you will love this book.'
  6. 'After retirement, she developed her love of gardening.'
  7. 'One of Ian's hobbies being gardening, the small garden was filled with brightly coloured flowers.'
  8. 'Sales of sunglasses are booming as are sets of garden furniture and gardening equipment as people pour out of doors.'
  9. 'She'd stopped driving five months before because it was too painful for her, and soon afterwards she'd also given up gardening, which she loved.'
  10. 'Linda described him as a wonderful man who loved football and gardening.'
  11. 'In retirement he added a love of gardening to his sporting interests.'

More definitions

1. the act of cultivating or tending a garden.

2. the work or art of a gardener.

More examples(as adjective)

"seasons can be gardening."

"writers can be gardening."

"gloves can be gardening."

"equipments can be gardening."

"chains can be gardening."

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