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Synonyms for promenade

walkway

stroll

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an act of walking, especially for pleasure

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a formal ball held for a school class toward the end of the academic year

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a public area set aside as a pedestrian walk

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a march of all the guests at the opening of a formal dance

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a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)

march in a procession

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take a leisurely walk

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After the ceremony, the Chief Minister said, I have taken great pleasure today in unveiling, with Mrs Rosie Isola MBE, the sign naming the promenade along the new Mid Harbours Marina "Peter Isola Promenade" after Peter Isola Snr.
North Tyneside Council had planned to replace the balustrades on the Central Lower Promenade with metal railings.
VOTE ON 12-MONTH TRIAL IS WELCOMED BY CAMPAIGNERS A CONTROVERSIAL cycling ban on a popular promenade could soon be lifted.
Ces guides sont le reflet des figures du promeneur, depuis l'honnete homme des promenades de civilite, jusqu'au promeneur public en quete de decouverte.
Focused around the therapeutic, primordial waters was a complex network of social rituals enacted on the stages of grand hotels, bath houses, parks, promenades and casinos.
Balconies and promenades will provide views of both the harbor and Long Island Sound from all levels of the project.
The trend took off big time, and soon villages across Europe were celebrating the season by wearing Easter finery in promenades often led by a person carrying a cross or candle.
5 percent interest in each of Le Carrefour Laval located in the Montreal suburb of Laval and Les Promenades St-Bruno located in the south shore of suburban Montreal, Quebec.
This simple act would have provided much needed comfort to those who had lost loved ones, and added to the many examples of shared use promenades in this country and abroad, to which Llandudno is a rare exception.
The seafront around Palma's historic Gothic cathedral has been sensitively restored to create a series of landscaped promenades.
Jo Hayes, Mersey Waterfront's Pride in our Promenades coordinator, said: "We want to create a real family atmosphere, creating a more accessible and attractive place where people from both sides of the Mersey can come to enjoy the coastline.
Despite linguistic meddling by modern dictionary editors, who try to persuade us that promenades are for "walking and cycling," the Victorians adopted the word long before the 1865 appearance of the first rotary-pedal bicycle.
Local resident Sarah Dodgson, a member of the Pride In Our Promenades panel set up by Wirral council, said: "We put forward some suggestions.
A WATER taxi service linking Otterspool, Wallasey and New Brighton is being proposed as part of a multi-million pound plan to turn Merseyside's riverside promenades into world-class attractions.
Campaigners gather on the seafront at Whitley Bay to protest at council plans to |remove the historic balustrades along the promenade.