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  • n. a pebble
  • n. pebbles collectively

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • A pebble; also, pebbles collectively.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A pebble.


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pebble +‎ stone


  • With General Groves at his side, the chaplain had stepped down once from his pullman apartment onto a small playground with squares of white concrete in back of a blank-faced pebblestone building with a cross on top that looked like an ancient Italian church.

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  • I fought only with my little pebblestone and sling, but took good aim, and then the missile flew with well-directed speed.

    The Reminiscences Of Sir Henry Hawkins

  • I had mine out on my balcony, and since it holds up to 250 gallons of water up to 2300 pounds, you want to make sure you put it somewhere steady, and pebblestone free.

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