macadam

[ muh-kad-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF macadam
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They are used as dust layers on earth, gravel and macadam surfaces.

MacAdam asked that he should at least be bound over to keep the peace.

Utilitarianism was too much for it, and its stones fell to Macadam.

They gained the macadam of the lane that led out from the park gate into the country.

Some wonderful records were made in these contests on the macadam.

These are paved with concrete block and the other streets with macadam.

There was a heavy, jarring rumble over the macadam of the military road.

The pond is filled up now with the macadam of a model farmyard.

It was not cemented, but its hard clay floor was almost as solid as macadam.

The road was a state road and of macadam, and did not show footprints.

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