verb (used with object), mac·ad·am·ized, mac·ad·am·iz·ing.
to pave by laying and compacting successive layers of broken stone, often with asphalt or hot tar.
Also especially British, mac·ad·am·ise.
Origin of macadamize
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Do macadamise the frown from your brow in order to receive them.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2)
Frederic G. Kenyon
(tr) to construct or surface (a road) with macadam
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