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kerbstone

Line breaks: kerb|stone
Pronunciation: /ˈkəːbstəʊn
 
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(US curbstone)

Definition of kerbstone in English:

noun

A long, narrow stone or concrete block, laid end to end with others to form a kerb.
Example sentences
  • They are full of cracked or misaligned paving slabs or kerbstones, running fissures and uneven surfaces everywhere.
  • Flagstones, kerbstones and garden walls all sank into the huge hole and one man had been forced to use his back door instead of the front.
  • The kerbstone looks to be some 3 or 4 inches high.

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