An area of land and its buildings, used for growing crops and rearing animals
a farm of 100 acres
Occurring or used at a farm.
A place where ants are bred or reared; specifically an artificial enclosure or formicarium containing an ant colony, typically with transparent walls through which the ants' activity is visible.
A place where the lodging and care of (typically unwanted) babies or young children is undertaken for profit; specifically one where the care is unsatisfactory, children may be neglected, and mortality rates are high.
A school considered as a place to send unwanted boys.
A place from which naturally frozen ice is harvested, especially one in which the freezing of water is promoted in prepared sites.
A dairy farm.
Produced or sold away from a farm.
A farm run at public expense to house and support the poor.
A farm established within an urban area for educational purposes
A large office divided into cubicles for individual workers
An organization whose annual concert of blues, country, and rock music promotes awareness of the need to protect and support family farms in the United States
The states of the Midwest that are noted particularly for their agricultural production: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota
A shop which sells produce from a farm directly to the public
A farm offering accommodation to paying guests
A minor-league baseball team that provides players as needed to an affiliated major-league team
A health farm for people who are overweight
An estate or land held in fee simple subject to a perpetual fixed rent
A place where fish are bred for commercial purposes
A farm where a variety of wild animals are kept or bred, often with facilities for visitors to observe or hunt the animals
A farm on an estate that is set aside to provide produce for the owner of the estate
A set of web pages created with the sole aim of linking to a target page, in an attempt to improve that page’s search engine ranking
An area of oil or gas storage tanks
An area of the sea where machinery is installed to harness the energy produced by waves in order to generate electricity
An area of land with a group of energy-producing windmills or wind turbines
US = poor farm (now historical).
A place where mussels are cultivated commercially.
A minor source of government revenue; = petty custom.
A historic commune that existed in the 1840s in West Roxbury, now a southwestern section of Boston in Massachusetts, associated with Margaret Fuller and other writers
A farm where fruit is cultivated
A psychiatric hospital
A residential establishment where people seek improved health by a regimen of dieting, exercise, and treatment
A small farm operated primarily for pleasure rather than profit
An area of the seabed used for breeding oysters
An establishment that breeds puppies for sale, typically on an intensive basis and in conditions regarded as inhumane
A farm bought with government assistance by a serviceman returned from the Second World War
A group of networked computers devoted to rendering images, used typically in the production of computer-animated films
Another term for data centre.
A place where sewage is treated, especially for use as an agricultural fertilizer
An installation or area of land in which a large number of solar panels are set up in order to generate electricity
An installation of turbines used to generate electricity from tidal forces
A farm that produces vegetables for the market
A farm on which ostriches are reared for feathers, skin, or meat (also figurative).
A website that contains very large quantities of content, typically of low quality or aggregated from other sites, generated solely to ensure that it appears high on the list of results returned by a search engine
A person doing unskilled manual work on a farm
Crops and other agricultural products sold by farmers
Risk everything that one owns on a bet, investment, or enterprise
A jointly operated amalgamation of several smallholdings, especially one owned by the state