Synonym: b. Similar words: warn, bar, bare, learn, barely, warning, barrel, earnings. Meaning: [bɑːn] n. 1. an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals 2. (physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter.
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(1) They heaped the barn with grain.
(2) The sheep were penned in behind the barn.
(3) The children are playing hide-and-seek in the barn.
(4) The house, a former barn, has been attractively converted.
(5) They found shelter from the storm in a barn.
(6) The animals burned to death in the barn.
(7) The barn has been burning for two hours.
(8) We bunked down in an old barn for the night.
(9) The great majority of barn owls are reared in captivity.
(10) That big building is a barn for keeping the grain.
(11) They winter the cows in the barn.
(12) We took shelter from the storm in a barn.
(13) Owls visited the barn to rest.
(14) He and Walker patched the barn roof.
(15) He is living in a converted barn.
(16) We were forced to take cover in a barn.
(17) He is going to top the barn tomorrow.
(18) They live in a great barn of a house.
(19) Litter in the barn has bedded down.
(20) The barn was full of bales of straw.
(21) The cows were driven into the barn.
(22) He strode purposefully towards the barn.
(23) Barn owls are capable of flight at 56 days.
(24) The cows were feeding on hay in the barn.
(25) The barn was infested with rats.
(26) The soldiers bedded down in a barn.
(27) Another barn has been built there.
(28) Mr Nunn has kindly agreed to let us use his barn for the dance.
(29) Don't worry — he'll be all safe and snug in the barn.
(30) The freshly harvested hay was taken into the big hay barn.
More similar words: warn, bar, bare, learn, barely, warning, barrel, earnings, barrier, learn from, snack bar, early warning, embarrassed.