Example sentences for: pavements

How can you use “pavements” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The three principal streets dividing the town (Cardine III, IV, and V) have curbed pavements, lined with two-story houses with balconies and overhanging roofs for shade.

  • Crowds of humble mortals stride the pavements down below while, three or four stories above, on the façades of buildings, a very different crowd of carved stone beings, the Olympian gods and goddesses, throng the upper air, in clear illustration of the dualistic character of all existence: mortals below, immortals above, flesh here, stone there; the ever-changing, the everlasting.

  • Its palm-fringed streets, red-tile pavements, and low-rise Spanish Revival buildings spread up the hillsides from the beautiful beach, oozing sun-tanned health and the scent of money.

  • It is known for its wonderful Byzantine-influenced façade and the interior’s pavements and mosaic of Mary enthroned with Jesus decorating the domed ceiling of the apse.

  • Here you can stroll along the red-brick pavements and admire the charming restored architecture from the turn-of-the-century while you browse among the shops, galleries, restaurants, and bars.


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