Definition of Promenaders

1. Noun. (plural of promenader) ¹



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Definition of Promenaders

1. promenader [n] - See also: promenader

Lexicographical Neighbors of Promenaders

prolylpeptide
prolyls
prom
prom king
prom queen
promanation
promarket
promastigote
promastigotes
promegakaryocyte
promegakaryocytes
promenade
promenade deck
promenaded
promenader
promenaders
promenades
promenading
promerit
promerited
promeriting
promerits
prometal
prometals
prometaphase
prometaphases
promethazine
promethium
promethiums
prometon

Literary usage of Promenaders

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Rhine from Rotterdam to Constance: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1906)
"In bad weather the promenaders take shelter in a covered walk, 130 yds. long. Concerts are given here thrice daily in the season. ..."

2. London by Charles Knight (1841)
"The distant orchestra now begins again to summon listeners ; the promenaders recommence their walks along the glorious colonnades ; whilst the glimpse of ..."

3. The Ins and Outs of Paris: Or, Paris by Day and Night by Julie Granville Marguerittes (1855)
"... and a Discussion on the Gender of Shirts—The Allee des Grangers- Babies, and what they live on—" Model" Wet Nurses—The Promenaders of the Allee des ..."

4. Germany in MDCCCXXXI by John Strang (1836)
"Environs of Berlin not so picturesque as those of Hamburgh— Charlottenburgh—the Palace—the Park and Gardens crowded with Sunday Promenaders—The Mausoleum of ..."

5. Eastern England: From the Thames to the Humber by Walter White (1865)
"... Walk—Outskirts —Southend—School of Jelly-fish—Pier and Promenaders—A Two- shilling Dinner—Minories or Bethnal Green—An Ugly Ride—A Storm —Dissipation. ..."

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