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boulevardier

[ bool-uh-vahr-deer, boo-luh-; French booluh-var-dyey ]
/ ˌbʊl ə vɑrˈdɪər, ˌbu lə-; French bulə varˈdyeɪ /
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noun, plural bou·le·var·diers [bool-uh-vahr-deerz, boo-luh-; French booluh-var-dyey]. /ˌbʊl ə vɑrˈdɪərz, ˌbu lə-; French bulə varˈdyeɪ/.
a person who frequents the most fashionable Parisian locales.
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Origin of boulevardier

From French, dating back to 1875–80; see origin at boulevard, -ier2
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British Dictionary definitions for boulevardier

boulevardier
/ (buːlˈvɑːdɪˌeɪ) /

noun
(originally in Paris) a fashionable man, esp one who frequents public places
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