Antonyms for graveled

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It graveled him like the nation, too, I reckon, much as he tried not to let on.

That graveled him; he said that she couldn't any more get out of order than the solar sister.

It disappointed Tom and graveled him a good deal, but he had to put up with it.

They was graveled walks and driveways and all along by the driveway was cedars.

A stream of light went down the graveled walk to the iron gate.

But once again did she stop; and again it was by a graveled driveway.

It is laid off with wide streets, the chief of which are graveled and fairly kept.

Not footsteps in a home, but footsteps crunching over a graveled walk.

Graveled roadbed except for about 75 m. bituminous-surfaced.

A tourist camp is one-half mile E. on ND 23, a graveled highway.