Examples of boulevard in a Sentence
the city is celebrated for its broad, tree-lined boulevards
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The city wants to study the impacts of reestablishing a streetcar route connecting the Glendale Transportation Center in the south to the Hollywood Burbank Airport with routes along Brand and Glenoaks boulevards.
The incident was reported just before 6 p.m. in the Raley’s parking lot at Woodcreek and Pleasant Grove boulevards.
At least five Diverging Diamond Interchanges are being designed for the Sawgrass Expressway at Coral Ridge Drive, Sample Road, and Commercial, Oakland Park, and Sunrise boulevards across Broward County.
All of this whis would open up the river and other prime urban property and make way for vast, pedestrian-friendly boulevards.
The most exclusive neighborhood in downtown Bordeaux is known as the Golden Triangle, a network of historic streets bounded by three elegant boulevards (Cours Clemenceau, Cours de l’Intendance, and Allées de Tourny).
Volunteers will be on hand in the parking lot of the Laketown Center, at the corner of Williams and Joe Yenni boulevards, to accept the donations.
The driver of the white van that plowed through scores of people on Barcelona’s Las Ramblas boulevard was also shot by police after a four-day manhunt.
The main boulevard of the old city, the bustling Rambla, runs from the Plaça de Catalunya down to the old port.
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Origin and Etymology of boulevard
First Known Use: 1763See Words from the same year
Synonymsarterial, artery, avenue, way, carriageway [British], drag, drive, expressway, freeway, high road, highway, pass, pike, road, roadway, route, row, street, thoroughfare, thruway, trace, turnpike
Related Wordscauseway; autobahn, autoroute, autostrada, dual carriageway [chiefly British], interstate, motorway [chiefly British], superhighway; beltway, bypass, parkway, ring road [chiefly British]; corniche, switchback; through street; high street [British], Main Street; backstreet, branch, bystreet, byway, crossroad, secondary road, shunpike, side road, side street; alley, alleyway; circle, lane, laneway [British], mews [chiefly British], place; close [chiefly British], cul-de-sac, dead end; corridor; track, trail
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