promenade
[ prom-uh-nahd ]
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Part of SpeechverbOrigin + Etymology
Mid 16th century; from French, from the se promener, "to walk”," reflexive of promener, "take for a walk"
Synonyms
verb
walkstrollmoseytraipse
Antonyms
verb
runstay
Definition
verbto go for or take part in a stroll or walk, especially in a public place, as for pleasure or display
Examples
verbA) He had plans to promenade around the park with his betrothed. B) Her favorite royal duty was to promenade through the gardens with her family.
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