A broad city street, often tree-lined and landscaped.(noun)
Upper Midwest See parking. See Regional Note at parking.(noun)
Chiefly Midwestern U.S. See median strip. See Regional Note at neutral ground.(noun)
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Use "boulevard" in a sentence
"At the corner of Eje 1 and the boulevard is a business hotel where I believe they have secure parking."
"Much of the boulevard is as trashy as ever, but there are also a lot of cool Deco-era buildings everywhere."
"Down what is often described as a boulevard of broken dreams - a dizzying ride with 14 different minor league teams, until he skated his last shift with the American Hockey League's Adirondack Red Wings in the spring of"