alameda

[ al-uh-mey-duh ]SEE DEFINITION OF alameda

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The cathedral empties itself, as it were, into the alameda just after morning mass.

Some were seeking the shade of the walls and under the trees of the Alameda.

The turn on the Alameda was taken with slow steps and stately remarks.

When the boat reached the Alameda wharf she slipped away with the other passengers.

Ruperto knows the Pedregal, every path through it, as well as we the walks of the Alameda.

In other words, we have wandered into the Alameda, or Public Gardens.

Under the lamps of the Alameda McKildrick regarded him quizzically.

He continued on down the Alameda, his head in the air, his feet treading on springs.

From the church he hastened to an empty bench in the Alameda, and opened the note.

The Alameda of Mexico is one of the most beautiful in America.

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