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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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flagstoneflag‧stone /ˈflæɡstəʊn $ -stoʊn/ noun [countable]  TBa smooth flat piece of stone used for floors, paths etc
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flagstoneI asked what was the oldest part of the farm and was shown a flagstone path leading down to a valley.He stumbled around the side of the house, over broken flagstones, toward a light shining above the back door.Joe Asnett looked up as they walked unsteadily into the small flagstone floored back room.Then she landed on the Market Square flagstones with a sickening crash to lie motionless.Nicole and Bernard, or whatever his name is, getting carved up on the flagstone.The grey mass fell on to the flagstones.
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