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
Improvements to the west dock, including extending a retaining wall and paving a dock apron, will result in an additional 1,200 feet of usable dock space.
This resurgence has also paved the way for some nostalgia-heavy comebacks—from Fiorucci, which relaunched earlier this year, to Kappa, which found itself thrust back into the zeitgeist thanks to a collaboration with Gosha Rubchinskiy.
Houthi rebels in Yemen have even used suicide drones to knock out ballistic missile defense radars, paving the way for Scud missile attacks.
In later writings, Latour acknowledged that the criticism of science had created a basis for antiscientific thinking and had paved the way in particular for the denial of climate change, now his main topic.
The House has passed a $4.1 trillion budget plan that promises deep cuts to social programs while paving the way for Republicans to rewrite the tax code later this year.
Obama then struck a deal that, by its own terms (i.e., even if there were no cheating), merely delayed Iran while paving its way to the acquisition of nuclear weapons.
That paved the way for the confirmation of Gorsuch, a veteran of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.
Sometimes the road to hell is paved with bad intentions.
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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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