English version

gravelled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Roads, Daily life
gravelledgrav‧elled /ˈɡrævəld/ adjective  TTRDa gravelled path or road has a surface made of gravel
Examples from the Corpus
gravelledLorton followed the lane for another half mile, until it ended in a gravelled car park maintained by the National Trust.It is surrounded by gravelled courtyards, trees and a pretty tub-garden.By the Congregational Church he gets off, and walks along the small gravelled cul-de-sac to their old house.A cardboard nativity scene on the gravelled forecourt was all that remained standing.Follow the path which heads away from the water beside a laurel hedge, and on to a gravelled road.If your equipment has to go outside on open roads or gravelled surfaces, remember castors are not always suitable.A private place with a chessboard garden, a square divided into four plots by small gravelled walks and paths.It had backed up against the patio, completely concealing the ornate wall and steps that led down on to the gravelled walks.
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