Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Paved with flagstones.

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Examples

  • Finestra sul sale window on the salt, Ettore Infersa Stay right on the salt flats at Ettore Infersa near Mozia, in three charming beamed rooms with stone-flagged floors.

    A Sicilian opening in the wild west

  • She knew it was forbidden, but the air smelled of cut grass and earth, and below, parading the length of the stone-flagged terrace, was a peacock.

    The Dressmaker

  • He was creeping warily along the narrow, stone-flagged passage when the chaplain emerged suddenly from a door ahead, and came towards him, with a small oil flask in his hand, fresh from feeding and trimming the altar lamp.

    A River So Long

  • A tall, stout official had come down the stone-flagged passage, in a peaked cap and frogged jacket.

    Sole Music

  • I slumped to the cold stone-flagged floor, sat there panting.

    SHROUDS OF THE DEATH-CRYPTS

  • The man led us along stone-flagged paths until we paused outside the house, before a great door banded with bronze.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • There were people sitting all over the stone-flagged floor, and other people, packed tightly together, were sitting on metal bunks, one above the other.

    Nineteen Eighty-four

  • The man led us along stone-flagged paths until we paused outside the house, before a great door banded with bronze.

    The Curse of Warim-Shek

  • There were people sitting all over the stone-flagged floor, and other people, packed tightly together, were sitting on metal bunks, one above the other.

    Nineteen Eighty-four

  • I slumped to the cold stone-flagged floor, sat there panting.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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