a person who frequents the most fashionable Parisian locales.
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How to use boulevardier in a sentence
He “moves through the New York social scene with the charm and class of a boulevardier,” New York Times sports columnist Dave Anderson once wrote.Rod Gilbert, Hall of Fame hockey star called ‘Mr. Ranger,’ dies at 80 | Matt Schudel | August 24, 2021 | Washington Post
A first-rank boulevardier in the 1960s tableau, his wives included one Rita Hayworth.
Gladwell the master boulevardier has in effect become his own outlier, a statistical anomaly too great to ignore.
He composed feuilletons that would have made the fortune of a boulevardier.Edgar Saltus: The Man | Marie Saltus
With swift intelligence, she felt him to be no more a boulevardier than she was light.To Win the Love He Sought | E. Phillips Oppenheim
He made a bow which was Chesterfieldian and incidentally made answer, rattling it off with the swiftness of a boulevardier.Nothing But the Truth | Frederic S. Isham
The Parisian courtesan was at the zenith of her extraordinary celebrity when I became a rustic boulevardier.Marse Henry (Vol. 2) | Henry Watterson
His walk betrayed the Parisian boulevardier, and the remnants of his clothing confirmed the opinion.The Son of Monte-Cristo, Volume I (of 2) | Alexandre Dumas pre
British Dictionary definitions for boulevardier
(originally in Paris) a fashionable man, esp one who frequents public places
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