Thesaurus / esplanade
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He remained alone upon the esplanade, whence he continued to look towards the Ile des Morts.

An esplanade, converted into a public walk planted with magnificent elms, overlooks the plain.

And never so plainly as in the stately old drawing-room down on, Esplanade Street.

Bayou FolkKate Chopin

The poor fisherman was growing quite weary, when he one day strolled down to the esplanade.

Tales of Two CountriesAlexander Kielland

The Kacharies, our servants, were likewise requested not to play any more on the esplanade.

More than a mile of Esplanade, and several brass plates and cards advertising "Apartments."

The trooping of the colors at guard mounting on the esplanade was one of the most spectacular.

A Soldier's LifeEdwin G. Rundle

When the heads of the soldiers appeared on a level with the esplanade, Silvere instinctively turned to Miette.

Weary and footsore, she toiled on toward Esplanade Street, that was still far away.

Little NobodyMrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller

Royal, Rampart and Esplanade streets are the principal promenades of the French quarter.

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