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
These discussions have extended to talk of extreme taxes on expats — from a driving tax to one that even taxes expats for walking on pavement.
With none of the thrilling freedom of the movie’s earlier moments, Moonee escapes the grown-ups preparing to separate her from her mom, sprinting across the pavement.
Police said 11 people were injured when a car apparently mounted the pavement and hit pedestrians.
The self-portrait posted at his blog – Franx Fiction—is an image of a shadow cast on the pavement of an ocean walkway.
Rounds hit the pavement behind him, kicking up bits of asphalt that peppered the backs of his legs.
The plane came to rest 170 feet past the end of the runway on crushable pavement.
Not to tour the facilities, or take in the view, but to pound the pavement on the roof deck with Dr. Jordan Metzl — and 750 other people.
Then coast down to Route 7, arguably one of the most picturesque stretches of pavement in Vermont.
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Origin and Etymology of pavement
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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