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Definitions of gravel:

part of speech: adjective

Urinary deposit.

part of speech: adjective

The formation in the kidney and passage through the ureter of numerous very small concretions, usually of uric acid, calcium oxalate, or phosphates.

Usage examples for gravel:

  • There, as he made short turns upon the gravel path, he endeavoured to force himself away from the close vicinity of the window; but he could not do it. "Cousin Henry", Anthony Trollope
  • He continued: " Oh, I'll get the infernal property, and it will be worth what I have to pay for it, only it certainly does gravel me to realize that I am about to be held up, with no help in sight. "The Valley of the Giants", Peter B. Kyne
  • If we were shut up here without water they would have us in twelve hours, so we have got to get enough for ourselves and the horses to drink if we can, even if we have to fetch up what we want for the gravel "The Golden Canyon Contents: The Golden Canyon; The Stone Chest", G. A. Henty

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