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
The line helped pave the way for a breakout game from 2015 Heisman winner Derrick Henry against the Jaguars on Sunday — the Titans are averaging 137 rushing yards per game, sixth in the NFL after Sunday.
The dogs saw a significant reversal of symptoms that lasted the span of the two-year study, paving the way for human trials.
Glesing said Stikes helps pave way for Cundiff’s all-around efforts, and vice-versa.
Helped pave the way for 424 yards of offense in a 30-7 win over Clay-Chalkville. 11.
Aldino started at Central Park Mall in 1992 and moved to The Vineyard up north in 2002, when the shopping center's only other tenant was a Super Target and the parking lot wasn't all the way paved yet.
Berman helped pave the way for Bob Newhart, Woody Allen, Jerry Seinfeld and other standup comedians who fashioned their routines around the follies and frustrations of modern living.
House of Pho’s first location opened two years ago in Burleson and remains incredibly popular, paving the way for owner Kenny Nguyen to expand with this second venture.
That road was paved in the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling, in which the justices affirmed similar arguments about the complex spiritual lives of for-profit corporations.
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Origin and Etymology of pave
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Origin and Etymology of pavé
First Known Use: 1903See Words from the same year
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