Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of flagstone.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • By the flagstones was a garden that was deep in the shadow of poplars.

    Stallion Gate

  • The names are almost disappearing from the flagstones, which is why it is being restored.

    Desicritics

  • Hidden beneath the flagstones was a considerable quantity - many tons - of a pure white powder.

    Grandinite

  • Since its width is the same for the central portion as for the sides, the line of shadow cast by the column extends precisely to the corner of the house; but it stops there, for only the veranda flagstones are reached by the sun, which is still too high in the sky.

    Translated Texts

  • And it is a particularly literal-minded kind of description: no fussy, unnecessary adjectives, no figurative flourishes to get in the way of a full-on apprehension of the house and its wooden walls, its veranda flagstones and "vertical surfaces."

    Translated Texts

  • The beast was dead, but its momentum carried it forward so that Logan had to spin aside and let the hyena smash to the flagstones.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • The hyena wailed, scabrous claws skittering on broken flagstones.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • The charr rolled away just as the beast crashed down, driving flagstones deeper into the ground.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • The moment that the entire circumference of the circle touched the floor, the flagstones within it vanished, showing a patch of windblown sand.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • I heard the door of our croft scrape shut across the summer warmed flagstones, then one of the men offer my mother a ride on his mount.

    The premature ending of Annie MacLeod

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