esplanade

[ es-pluh-nahd, -neyd, es-pluh-nahd, -neyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF esplanade

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I left the palace and went to the esplanade in order to wait for him.

He was marched to the Esplanade and shot, first by Truphemy and then by the others.

The view from this esplanade was magnificent beyond description.

There the street widened to the great square of the esplanade.

The 'Four Seasons' Hotel was on the esplanade facing the northern beach.

Esplanade, sands, and by-streets were swarming with passers to and fro.

The King was on the Esplanade, and the soldiers were just marching past to mount guard.

Piers, or abutments, had also been built along the ledge, so as to form an esplanade.

The esplanade was generally solitary, and suited our musings.

At the upper end of the esplanade there was a gateway leading into the castle yard.

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