Definition of 'tarmacked'
Example sentences containing 'tarmacked'
They saw each other and the Russian nodded and turned his grey back, which was wide enough to be tarmacked rather than clothed.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002) AN OLDER WOMAN (2002)
Luckily, the drive was tarmacked, so there was no chance of anyone in the house hearing me crunch gravel underfoot.KICK BACK (2002)
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