Definitions

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  • adj. Paved with flagstones.

Etymologies

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flagstone +‎ -ed

Examples

  • In a flagstoned room of Farrow & Balled mismatched chairs around a long oak table, there are a number of crates full of empty champagne bottles.

    Observer Food Monthly Awards 2011 Best Food Personality: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

  • Sheila, clad in skinny jeans and boots, appears from an office tucked behind the bar and leads me through the panelled, flagstoned sitting room, oncethe farmhouse kitchen, upstairs and along a sloping landing to my roomoverlooking (and overlooked by) the terraced garden.

    Hotel review | Fingals, Devon

  • The group passed through the flagstoned square opposite the main gateway of the Royal Palace, and drew up in front of the two Vegan guards who stood flanking it.

    "New Management", part 4

  • Low-arched doorways, massive beamed doors, flagstoned passages, and the large, curiously old-fashioned kitchen all suggested an age long past.

    The Blackstone Key

  • When we lived in Toronto we flagstoned the whole yard for that reason.

    Learn from my mistake

  • Bending down, her worsted skirts making swirling patterns in the dust on the flagstoned floor, L-onie examined the base of the statue to see if there was any date or mark upon it.

    Sepulchre

  • She went through the pass door separating the front of the house from the servants 'quarters, feeling the cold tiles through the thin soles of her savates, and found herself in a long flagstoned corridor.

    Sepulchre

  • An old-fashioned press agent with newfangled powers, he blasts emails far and wide from the basement of his flagstoned mid-American home.

    Are Your Clients

  • His own scenic rendering of Corinth—cypress trees diminishing into a red-sky horizon, flagstoned streets the color of tarnished bronze—looked like a bygone city.

    The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerre

  • I had barely consumed my first mouthful when the squeak of rubber soles approaching at speed down a flagstoned corridor signalled the arrival of our skipper Maxie in time-yellowed Oxford University rowing sweater, long shorts with frayed ends and old plimsolls without socks.

    The mission song

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