gravel

Part of speech: adjective

Gravelly.

Part of speech: verb

To cover or fill with gravel.

Part of speech: noun

A mixture of sand and pebbles.

Part of speech: noun

Pathol. Granular concretions formed in the kidneys.

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Usage examples "gravel":

  1. All appeared flushed and agitated, and Mrs. Black hastened to open her door, as she saw them hurrying up her wet gravel path. - "An Alabaster Box", Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley.
  2. But, to say the truth, he cared little for their conversation; for had he not turned aside down one of the retired gravel paths in the garden, alone with Frida? - "The British Barbarians", Grant Allen.
  3. The steps went on steadily along the gravel. - "The Heart of Rome", Francis Marion Crawford.