Examples of pave in a Sentence
The crew was paving the road.
Some of the roads were paved over.
The driveway is paved with concrete.
It was said that this country was so rich, the streets were paved with gold.
Recent Examples of pave from the Web
Studies built on the foundation of this one could ultimately pave the way for valuable wildebeest conservationist efforts, stemming the tide of habitat destruction and hunting by humans.
Getting to go back and start over on a road not taken is an existential do-over, a high-end, First World path—albeit one not paved with gold—open to a lucky few.
Some driveways may be temporarily blocked during paving operations.
While the lawn and paving for an 800-person-capacity natural amphitheater are still being installed, the plastic has been removed from wooden seating, and a small cluster of birches looks at home amid a circle of low stone pavers.
The 8086 paved the way for rapid, exponential progress in computer speed, capacity, and price-performance—all driven by fierce competition among hundreds of companies vying to improve the same thing.
That could pave the way for reconciliation and, perhaps, give Ethiopia renewed access to Eritrea’s ports.
Formed in 1954 by Bob Shane, Dave Guard and Nick Reynolds, the Kingston Trio paved the way for the massive folk music movement of the early 1960s, according to a press release.
In fact, Trump has created a model for other insurgents to emulate—and the Republican establishment, through its failures of governing in the majority, has paved the way for them.
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Definition of pave for Students
- A crew paved a street.
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