Her cab passed the bridge of La Concorde and entered the Champs lyses.
We soon traversed the Champs lyses, and entered the open country.
The ball of the Jardin d'Hiver in the Champs lyses was a superb success.
It is as attractive as Unter den Linden or the Champs lyses.
Then the consular band strike up a march, and the troops follow in grand succession toward the Champs lyses.
If he's still alive, he lives in Paris, in a little street off the Champs lyses.
Instead of returning to his hotel, Edmondstone found his way to the Champs lyses, and finally to the Bois.
It was established in one of the large squares of the Champs lyses, in the form of a vast rotunda.
What a crowd of them in the Champs lyses and out near the Bois.
A squadron of about fifty dragoons charged up the Champs lyses.
lyse (līs, līz) or lyze (līz)
v. lysed or lyzed, lys·ing or lyz·ing, lys·es or lyz·es
To undergo or cause to undergo lysis.
lysis ly·sis (lī'sĭs)
n. pl. ly·ses (-sēz)
The gradual subsiding of the symptoms of an acute disease; a form of the recovery process.
The dissolution or destruction of cells, such as blood cells or bacteria, as by the action of a specific lysin.