paved

Paved vs Pave - What's the difference?

paved | pave |


As an adjective paved

is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

As a verb paved

is (pave).

As a noun pave is

pope.

Caved vs Paved - What's the difference?

caved | paved |


As verbs the difference between caved and paved

is that caved is while paved is (pave).

As an adjective paved is

covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

Paved vs Paned - What's the difference?

paved | paned |


As adjectives the difference between paved and paned

is that paved is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt while paned is having panes of a certain kind.

As a verb paved

is (pave).

Paged vs Paved - What's the difference?

paged | paved |


As verbs the difference between paged and paved

is that paged is (page) while paved is (pave).

As an adjective paved is

covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

Paved vs Paled - What's the difference?

paved | paled |


As adjectives the difference between paved and paled

is that paved is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt while paled is (obsolete) striped.

As verbs the difference between paved and paled

is that paved is (pave) while paled is (pale).

Paved vs Raved - What's the difference?

paved | raved |


As verbs the difference between paved and raved

is that paved is (pave) while raved is (rave).

As an adjective paved

is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

Paved vs Dragstrip - What's the difference?

paved | dragstrip |


As an adjective paved

is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

As a verb paved

is (pave).

As a noun dragstrip is

a paved straight roadway used for automotive drag racing.

Paved vs Causey - What's the difference?

paved | causey |


As an adjective paved

is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

As a verb paved

is (pave).

As a noun causey is

(obsolete) an embankment holding in water; a dam.

Paved vs Roadbase - What's the difference?

paved | roadbase |


As an adjective paved

is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt.

As a verb paved

is (pave).

As a noun roadbase is

the layer of aggregates under the paved layer of a road.

Paved vs Unpaved - What's the difference?

paved | unpaved |


As adjectives the difference between paved and unpaved

is that paved is covered in pavement; having a hard surface, as of concrete or asphalt while unpaved is (of a road or path) not having a hard, impervious surface; not paved.

As a verb paved

is (pave).

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