[ grav-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF gravelled

Antonyms for gravelled

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We don't want to do it; but if men will be gravelled, why—we can't help it.'

It was warm when he walked his horse over the gravelled drive at the Four Corners.

The surface of the terrace was gravelled for a walk, and it was very smooth and beautiful.

Annie bowed, and glided down the gravelled path of the garden.

"Whad I was going to say was this," he said; was gravelled, and shook his head at his foot.

And a moment later they heard his firm step on the gravelled driveway.

It was irritating to be gravelled for lack of matter—and he was such a perfect stranger!

He was even then coming up the gravelled walk that led to the house.

We leaped ashore, gained the gravelled walk on the levee, and looked about us.

I thought Alan would be gravelled at that, for we lacked the means of writing in that desert.