Definition of Paseo

1. Noun. A path set aside for walking. "After the blizzard he shoveled the front walk"

Exact synonyms: Walk, Walkway
Specialized synonyms: Ambulatory, Boardwalk, Catwalk, Flagging, Mall, Promenade, Pavement, Sidewalk, Skywalk
Generic synonyms: Path
Derivative terms: Walk, Walk, Walk



Definition of Paseo

1. Noun. A public path or avenue designed for walking, sometimes for dining or recreation ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Paseo

1. a leisurely stroll [n -SEOS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paseo

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paschal
paschal candle
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pascoite
pascolizumab
pascual
pase
pasear
paseared
pasearing
pasears
paseng
pasengs
paseo (current term)
paseos
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pasghetti
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pashadom
pashadoms
pashalic
pashalics
pashalik
pashalike
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pashas
pashaw

Literary usage of Paseo

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1. Nicaragua: Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic by Ephraim George Squier (1852)
"And although the paseo is a different thing from a season at the Springs, ... I had heard various allusions to the paseo al Mar, during the rainy season, ..."

2. A Trip to Cuba by Julia Ward Howe (1860)
"She will show you the paseo, and we will go and see the masks afterwards ... The paseo is shorter than that of Havana, but much prettier. ..."

3. Travels in Mexico and Life Among the Mexicans by Frederick Albion Ober (1887)
"THE GRAND paseo, CHAPULTEPEC, EL DESIERTO, AND GUADALUPE. ... Of these, the paseo de la Reforma was the principal one, for it was 'to lead to Chapultepec, ..."

4. Travels in Central America, Particularly in Nicaragua: With a Description of by Ephraim George Squier (1853)
"And although the paseo is a different thing from a season at the Springs, ... I had heard various allusions to the paseo al Mar, during the rainy season, ..."

5. South by West, Or, Winter in the Rocky Mountains and Spring in Mexico by Rose Georgina Kingsley (1874)
"We went along the paseo, a boulevard planted with trees, which runs all round the town. There are now only two points of egress from the city to the paseo, ..."

6. Aztec Land by Maturin Murray Ballou (1890)
"The Grand paseo. — Puhlic Statues. — Scenes upon the paseo. — The paseo de la Viga. — Out-of-door Concerts.;— A Mexican ..."

7. A Year in Spain by Alexander Slidell Mackenzie (1836)
"THE paseo. The Prado—The Fountains—The Paseadores—The Madrilena and Mad- ... and in general whatever brings together a crowd, is the " paseo," or stated ..."

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