King James Dictionary
PA'VEMENT, n. L. pavimentum. A floor or covering consisting of stones or bricks, laid on the earth in such a manner as to make a hard and convenient passage as a pavement of pebbles, of bricks, or of marble.
PA'VEMENT, To pave to floor with stone or brick. Unusual.
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