boulevard

[ boo l-uh-vahrd, boo-luh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF boulevard

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOULEVARD

We had left the Boulevard, and were approaching the white-domed library.

After dinner, about six o'clock, I went on to the boulevard.

He owned an extensive silk warehouse on the Boulevard des Capucines.

It was the best room of the hotel, the first floor room, looking on to the Boulevard.

She was also jealous because she didn't reek of musk like that boulevard work-horse.

They seemed to be placed along the whole length of the Boulevard.

I will take this Boulevard, I will cross this Square, so as to arrive there quicker.

Why, I didn't know there was a vacant lot on the Boulevard, Mr. Williams.

Then he, too, turned and walked cautiously up the Boulevard.

There were no vacations in the simple pension on the Boulevard de Clichy.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BOULEVARD

thoroughfare

nounroadway
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