promenade[ prom-uh-neyd, -nahd ]SEE DEFINITION OF promenade
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROMENADE
Just such a promenade, with a sleepy band, just such a casino, just such a routine.
Father Fourcade and the doctor slowly resumed their promenade.
They found seats on the veranda, looking out upon the promenade.
They took leave of the ladies and turned towards the promenade.
They walked to the promenade and dropped her at Cavendish House.
I went and waited for him, and followed him during all his promenade.
I will join you in the promenade, and I shall be ready to receive you in the evening.
We attended the concert in the Lounge, and the ball on the promenade deck which followed.
On Monday morning bands of music began to promenade the streets.
On the top is a promenade used by the occupants in summer weather.