Idioms about pave
Origin of pave
Other definitions for pave (2 of 2)
Origin of pavé
OTHER WORDS FROM pavéun·paved, adjectivewell-paved, adjective
How to use pave in a sentence
This is a time of transition, but I am excited to work with our team—both new and old alike—as we pave a new way forward.Facebook Prince Purges The New Republic: Inside the Destruction of a 100-Year-Old Magazine|Lloyd Grove|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Taylor Swift just used a calculated business decision, cloaked in artistic integrity, to pave the way for a digital music war.Taylor Swift Dumps Spotify, Igniting Turf War Between Spotify and Apple|Dale Eisinger|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In contrast, a successful outcome on the nuclear issue could pave the way for progress on other issues of concern with Iran.
In elections last May, however, the Flemish separatists won big, which could eventually pave the way to a partitioned nation.
Maybe the boys in France and Wales will pave the way for this change.Skirts Should Be a Normal Choice…for Both Women and Men|Erin Cunningham|May 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Our gunners had put more than they could afford into the bombardment and had very little wherewith to pave the way.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
That can do no harm, and may even help to pave the way for bringing about a better state of things some day.Robin Redbreast|Mary Louisa Molesworth
I've broke enough in my time to pave Cheapside—jugs and cups and basins.Littlebourne Lock|F. Bayford Harrison
First, as a form in repose, she will tone down savage life, and pave the way from feeling to thought.The Aesthetical Essays|Friedrich Schiller
The chief Quisara was slain, who used to pave the way to his dwelling with the skulls of those be had overcome.