Definition of pebble-dashed in English:

pebble-dashed

adjective

British
  • See pebble-dash

    • ‘The curtains were drawn on the downstairs windows of the red and yellow pebble-dashed house, which is beside a row of council houses, at the end of Union Street.’
    • ‘When we got it, it was pebble-dashed all over in a sort of garish yellow colour.’
    • ‘In the lane next to the field stood a row of generously proportioned, pebble-dashed council houses with long back gardens put up in the 1920s.’
    • ‘Built in 1998, the single-storey pebble-dashed house is presented in very good decorative order.’
    • ‘A pebble-dashed cove can feel like your own private hideaway from the world.’