The sailor to his sea, the woodsman to his woods, and the boulevardier to his beloved avenues!
He composed feuilletons that would have made the fortune of a boulevardier.
She approaches the boulevardier seated at a table and offers to sell him a flower.
With swift intelligence, she felt him to be no more a boulevardier than she was light.
His walk betrayed the Parisian boulevardier, and the remnants of his clothing confirmed the opinion.
By nature you're a boulevardier, or what the newspapers call a 'clubman.'
He could now pass for a boulevardier while before he had the air of a cutthroat.
He made a bow which was Chesterfieldian and incidentally made answer, rattling it off with the swiftness of a boulevardier.
He has in him nothing of the boulevardier, and he is happy only when at work.
A boulevardier of Paris, indeed, might have need of it, but not a Norwegian with the great forests at his very doors.