ha-ha

In landscape gardening, a sunken boundary wall permitting an unobstructed view beyond a garden; a device much used by Capability Brown. ...
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Ha-Ha

a trench, with one side vertical, the other gently sloping, a method of containing livestock, which would be invisible from beyond the vertical side. Often found around the great houses where the occupants wanted an uninterupted view of their property.
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Ha-ha

Ha-ha' (hä*hä') noun [ See Haw-haw .] A sunk fence; a fence, wall, or ditch, not visible till one is close upon it. [ Written also haw- haw .]
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Ha-ha

• (n.) A sunk fence; a fence, wall, or ditch, not visible till one is close upon it.
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Ha-Ha

A ha-ha is a ditch serving the purpose of a hedge, but without interfering with the view.
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Ha-Ha

Ha-ha is slang for cannabis or other euphoric drugs.
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Ha-Ha

Ha-ha is slang for cannabis or other euphoric drugs.
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Ha-ha

A ha-ha (or ha-ha wall) is a recessed landscape design element that creates a vertical barrier while preserving views. The design includes a turfed incline which slopes downward to a sharply vertical face, typically a masonry retaining wall. Ha-has are used in landscape design to prevent access to a garden, for example by grazing livestock, withou...
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ha-ha

a sunk fence; that is, a ditch with one sloping side and one vertical side into which is built a retaining wall; a ha-ha creates a barrier for sheep, cattle, and deer while allowing an unbroken view of the landscape.
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Ha-Ha

A sunken fence, that is, a ditch with one slopping side and one vertical side into which is built a retaining wall, a ha-ha creates a barrier for animals while allowing an unbroken view of the landscape.
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