pavéed
adjective see pavé

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pavéed — pa·véed …   English syllables

  • pavéed — adjective see paved 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • pavé — also pavéed or pavéd or pave adjective Etymology: pavé from French, from past participle of paver to pave Date: 1903 of jewels set as close together as possible to conceal a metal base …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pavé — /peuh vay , pav ay/; Fr. /pann vay /, n., pl. pavés /peuh vayz , pav ayz/; Fr. /pann vay /, adv., adj. n. 1. a pavement. 2. Jewelry. a setting of stones placed close together so as to show no metal between them. adv. 3. Jewelry. in the manner of… …   Universalium

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