Definition of victory garden in English:

victory garden

Syllabification: vic·to·ry gar·den

noun

A vegetable garden, especially a home garden, planted to increase food production during a war.
More example sentences
  • Maybe I'll plant a victory garden in the backseat.
  • I don't own a munitions factory, nor do I have any interest in running for office. Uncle Sam has yet to ask me to plant a victory garden or sew blankets.
  • During World War II, Porky Pig sold war bonds and Popeye planted a victory garden (spinach, naturally).

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