Scrap yards for vehicles and industrial machinery often resemble metal boneyards. In the office environment, storage rooms for obsolete computers and other hardware may be considered to fit the boneyard category as well.
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Boneyard — Boneyard, an archaic word used synonymously with graveyard , may also refer to:Comics* Boneyard , a character in the Malibu/Marvel Comics publication, Mantra * Boneyard (comic) horror themed comic book by Richard Moore.Film Television* Jumpin at… … Wikipedia
boneyard — [n] burial ground boot hill*, catacomb, cemetery, charnel, charnel house, churchyard, city of the dead*, crypt, eternal home*, funerary grounds, garden, God’s acre*, Golgotha, grave, graveyard, marble town*, memorial park, mortuary, necropolis,… … New thesaurus
boneyard — [bōn′yärd΄] n. Slang a cemetery; graveyard … English World dictionary
boneyard — 1. n. a cemetery. □ I’d like to be planted in a boneyard like that. □ I’ll take a boneyard with a view of the lake. 2. n. a junkyard. □ I got a used right hand door from a boneyard. □ … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
boneyard — n. junkyard for vehicles. I found a fender for my car in the boneyard … English slang
boneyard — noun Date: 1851 1. cemetery 2. a place where worn out or damaged objects (as cars) are collected to await disposal … New Collegiate Dictionary
boneyard — /bohn yahrd /, n. 1. Slang. a cemetery. 2. Slang. an area where old or discarded cars, ships, planes, etc., are collected prior to being broken up for scrap or otherwise disposed of. 3. Also called stock. Dominoes. the bank, consisting of the… … Universalium
boneyard — noun a) A graveyard. b) In the game of dominoes, the pile of upside down, as yet unused pieces … Wiktionary
boneyard — n a cemetery … Contemporary slang
boneyard — n. (in Dominoes) bank of dominoes that remains after each player has taken a turn; cemetery; place where bones of wild animals are collected; place where old vehicles are stored and used for scrap metal (cars, planes, etc.) … English contemporary dictionary