Definition of Macadamise

1. Verb. Surface with macadam. "Macadam the road"

Exact synonyms: Macadamize, Tarmac
Generic synonyms: Coat, Surface
Derivative terms: Macadam, Macadam, Tarmac, Tarmac



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Macadamise

macaca fascicularis
macaca mulatta
macaca nemestrina
macaca radiata
macacas
macaco
macacos
macacus
macadam
macadamia
macadamia nut
macadamia nut tree
macadamia nuts
macadamia tree
macadamias
macadamise (current term)
macadamization
macadamizations
macadamize
macadamized
macadamizes
macadamizing
macadams
macahuba
macahubas
macallum
macallums
macamba
macao
macaque

Literary usage of Macadamise

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1. Pacific States Reports by California Supreme Court, Idaho Supreme Court, Kansas Supreme Court, Montana Supreme Court, Nevada Supreme Court, Oregon Supreme Court, Utah Supreme Court, Washington (State). Supreme Court (1906)
"A contract to macadamise a street In San Francisco, made with the Superintendent of Streets, binds the party to use such materials as are required by the ..."

2. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Edward William Cox, Great BRitain Magistrates' cases (1899)
"... flag, pave, macadamise, or otherwise complete the street to which the order relates, or such part thereof as is not done in accordance with the order, ..."

3. Proceedings (1889)
"... and it has been our practice to macadamise and not to pave them. Mr. Brown has enquired as to what extent the bricks used in our sewerage works are ..."

4. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1901)
"We are helping vigorously to macadamise the world for the benefit of modern commerce. The material prosperity of ourselves and others—perad- venture, ..."

5. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1851)
"... and gave up all thoughts of doing what was right and proper on post-days, and so all my epistolary good intentions are gone to macadamise, I suppose, ..."

6. Man by Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (1901)
"Everywhere the ground is strewn with fragments of pottery ; one could gather sufficient to macadamise the roads of all Bridlington, but there is hardly a ..."

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