Synonyms of garden in English:


See US English definition of garden

See UK English definition of garden

See Spanish definition of jardín


1‘she longed for a house with a garden’

piece of land, plot
park, estate, grounds
North American yard
archaic garth


    lead someone up the garden path

    deceive, mislead, lead on, delude, hoodwink, dupe, trick, ensnare, entrap, tempt, entice, allure, lure, beguile, tantalize, tease, frustrate, flirt with, inveigle, seduce, take in, fool, pull the wool over someone's eyes, gull
    string along, take for a ride, put one over on

    ‘he is just your harmless garden-variety attention-seeking buffoon’

    commonplace, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, middle-of-the-road, mainstream, unremarkable, unexceptional, undistinguished, uninspired, unexciting, unmemorable, forgettable, indifferent, average, so-so, mediocre, pedestrian, prosaic, lacklustre, dull, bland, uninteresting, mundane, everyday, quotidian, humdrum, hackneyed, trite, banal, clichéd, predictable, overused, overdone, overworked, stale, worn out, time-worn, tired, unoriginal, derivative
    British common or garden
    informal nothing to write home about, nothing to get excited about, no great shakes, not so hot, not up to much, vanilla, plain vanilla, bog-standard, a dime a dozen, old hat, corny, played out
    British informal not much cop
    North American informal ornery, bush-league, cornball, dime-store
    Australian, New Zealand informal half-pie