Examples of pavement in a Sentence
He stopped the car just off the pavement.
The summer heat rose off the pavement.
Recent Examples of pavement from the Web
And although the extreme rainfall totals from Harvey probably would have caused flooding no matter what, Brody said the presence of pavement increases the amount of damage on the ground.
The new pavement markings on the ramp from westbound Interstate 64 to southbound Interstate 65 are expected to be completed in the next few weeks, Clifford said.
In video captured by a bystander, the unnamed officer is seen straddling 25 year-old Richard Hubbard III and slamming his head into the pavement.
The place is lousy with sensors — on traffic lights, atop light poles, buried in the pavement.
The three-block walk between the pool and Alton’s home took him down streets that appeared relatively clean Tuesday, but on the block in the other direction from his home, trash littered the pavement and empty lots.
On flat pavement, riders speed past in a thick pack, gone in a flash.
Music fans here endured all kinds of weird weather at the former City Stages festival (1989-2009), but pavement was plentiful in downtown Birmingham, and shelter was easy to find.
Crews this spring began work to replace the concrete pavement on the mainline lanes of the interstate between U.S. 69 and Metcalf Avenue in Overland Park.
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Origin and Etymology of pavement
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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