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kerbstone

/ ˈkɜːbˌstəʊn /

noun

  1. one of a series of stones that form a kerb


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He fell down on th' kerbstone and wouldn't get up-- turned sulky like.

The carriages are all drawn up with their hind wheels to the kerbstone, so that the approach to the theatre is quite clear.

The woman sat down on the kerbstone, and declined to move a step in spite of her husband's entreaties that she would try.

For a stream of light expanded wedge-wise from the door, which was flung open as a carriage drew up to the kerbstone.

I did the only thing possible in that mental tumult; I walked straight to the kerbstone and held up my umbrella for a cab.

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