promenade

Part of speech: verb

To take a promenade.

Part of speech: noun

A walk for amusement or exercise.

Part of speech: noun

A place for promenading.

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Usage examples "promenade":

  1. There was no answer; and, after waited a minute or two, she moved and resumed her former seat, the stray doves flew back to their customary promenade on the roof, and the drowsy whirr- whirr of the spinning- wheel murmured again its monotonous hum upon the air. - "Thelma", Marie Corelli.
  2. Eight o'clock: no theatre afterwards: 'no band, no promenade, no nozzing. - "Foe-Farrell", Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
  3. Nayland Smith turned in his promenade of the floor, and stared into my eyes. - "The Devil Doctor", Sax Rohmer.