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
Farther out the scene becomes a sweep of native grasses, lush shrubs, a boardwalk through the gardens, a gated stone wall.
Some of the visitors got even closer, agitating the bison and provoking it to cross the boardwalk and charge into Hancock.
Bentley said that Los Angeles officials had promised to put stronger barriers at entrance points to the boardwalk.
In 2010, developer iStar invested $100 million to renovate the areas on and around the boardwalk, according to The New York Times.
New retail stores and restaurants on a three-block stretch of Cookman Avenue leading to the boardwalk have drawn international praise.
What The Fit, Hart and Jack Black walked the boardwalk to recruit their own three-on-three teams.
The half-mile boardwalk trail to Anan Observatory in Alaska has 307 steps.
On Sunday, only moments after arriving at the park, Logan led his parents directly to the boardwalk on the central pond, to tuck into the front seat of a yellow ocean kayak for a 15-minute spin around.
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BOARDWALK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boardwalk for English Language Learners
: a wooden path along a beach
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