Examples of boulevard in a Sentence
the city is celebrated for its broad, tree-lined boulevards
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As dusk fell on Saturday, the churning seas had moved two blocks inland from the city's popular seafront boulevard, with waters expected to permeate further as the surge grew, Reuters reported.
With its narrow medieval streets and its 19th-century boulevards, the transport reformers seek above all to discourage cars that do not carry passengers.
Kenner fire crews are on the scene Sunday evening (Sept. 10) at an apartment complex at the corner of Williams and Joe Yenni boulevards.
Bothell just built a downtown boulevard unlike any other in Washington state.
The Civic crashed where the boulevard ends in a cul-de-sac near an apartment building.
Up to 5 feet of storm surge pushed onto Brickell Avenue, a downtown boulevard of high rise condos and banks.
The bear slowly walks down the street from the Taco Bell and then crosses to the lake side of the boulevard.
His home—approached through a little courtyard off the boulevard Montparnasse—was unlike anything Calder had ever seen.
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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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