pavon, pav′on, n. a small triangular flag attached to a lance.
A shell-case banged the pav and went on to make a white scar on a wall.
Once on the pav I said, 'Fortunately I have my savings to fall back upon.'
The little villages were quaint and picturesque, but the pav road was rough and tiring.
Nothing happening, the flight-sub withdrew as silently and stealthily as the slippery state of the pav permitted.
The men were in good spirits, and by this time were becoming accustomed to the pav roads.
You should have heard the Sisters Belton in their palmy days at the pav!
I've known men to take you off after a game, hurl you—as Jove hurled his thunderbolts—into a corner of the pav.
Neither understood the other's language, but it was quite obvious that neither would leave the pav for the mud.
Road generally flat, and very bad indeed, having no pav to La Fre.