Definition of 'pebbly'
Example sentences containing 'pebbly'
A narrow, short jetty, the house's toe in the water of the lake, a pebbly foreshore, a moored launch.THE LAST RAVEN (2003)
The cylinder's landing flanges, extending far below the two rear jets, touched ground and sank into the pebbly morass.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2 (2003)
She walks towards the water and looks beyond the grass, to where the seabirds run and lilt softly on the pebbly foreshore.SEA MUSIC (2003)
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