Definition of boardwalk
1 : a walk constructed of planking
2 : a walk constructed along a beach
Examples of boardwalk in a Sentence
the town's old-fashioned beachfront boardwalk has been a tourist attraction since the 1920s
Recent Examples of boardwalk from the Web
Its cover still looks just like the view from the Grishams’ boardwalk to the beach.
Boardwalks and bridges span ravines filled with chattering streams and turquoise pools.
Patrick Michael remembers his parents often walking hand-in-hand along the boardwalk.
The beach’s quartz sand is softest near the water’s edge, but nature lovers will be drawn to both the boardwalk and kayak paths through the trees.
The 12-foot-wide concrete boardwalk can be thick with runners and walkers, adults and children, baby strollers, dogs, skaters and bike riders moving at different speeds.
Supporters of the show claim its lease has been terminated to make way for tech company Snapchat, which community critics say is acquiring boardwalk properties for a corporate campus.
Marianne Shores took the first roller coaster ride of her life as a 16-year-old out on her first date at the Long Beach boardwalk.
So for instance, someone searching on Santa Cruz, California, could see a picture of the boardwalk roller coaster with an ad for a seaside hotel.
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First Known Use of boardwalk
BOARDWALK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boardwalk for English Language Learners
: a wooden path along a beach
BOARDWALK Defined for Kids
Definition of boardwalk for Students
: a walk made of planks especially along a beach
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