boulevard boulevard  /ˈbʊ lə ˌvɑrd/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a wide street or thoroughfare

Usage(s):

  1. Among them was Leonard Lipp, who opened across the boulevard from the Flore a little brasserie ornamented with luxurious blue and green tropical birds on its tiled walls.
  2. The boulevard's residents took one resigned look and telephoned the police.
  3. On Sunday, cars flowed along the boulevard and people sat or walked along the beach.

News

  1. Demolition of Alondra Boulevard bridge over 5 Freeway begins

    SANTA FE SPRINGS - Demolition of the Alondra Boulevard bridge over the 5 Freeway began Saturday morning and will continue on weekends over the next six weeks. Photo gallery: Work begins as Alondra bridge is being demolished in Santa Fe Springs
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Whittier Daily News

  2. Southbound lanes of Southside Boulevard shut down south of Atlantic Boulevard due to a crash involving a JFRD fire truck

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The southbound lanes of Southside Boulevard near Ivey Road are shut down because of a multi-vehicle crash involving a fire truck.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: FOX30 / CBS47 Jacksonville

  3. Lanes, sidewalks of Capitol Boulevard Bridge to close next week

    The Capitol Boulevard Bridge in Tumwater will have intermittent lane and sidewalk closures for maint
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Olympian

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Quotes

  1. "My life is far from a 'boulevard of broken dreams,'" Taylor said in a statement.
    on Jan 29, 2007 By: Niki Taylor Source: FOXNews

  2. "I was at the very first Cup race, in 1949, out here on Wilkinson Boulevard," Petty said. "Charlotte is the center of NASCAR racing. That's where it started and that's where it grew to where it is now."
    on Jan 25, 2007 By: Richard Petty Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I was stunned," Curtis writes. "I just stood there. The room was so silent that I could hear tyres screeching on Santa Monica Boulevard."
    on Aug 7, 2009 By: Jamie Lee Curtis Source: guardian.co.uk

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