verb (used without object), prom·e·nad·ed, prom·e·nad·ing.
verb (used with object), prom·e·nad·ed, prom·e·nad·ing.
Origin of promenade
Related formsprom·e·nad·er, noun
Examples from the Web for promenade
At night jineteras stalk the promenade in search of tourists while a trumpet from a bench serenades the proceedings.The Life and Hard Times Of The Family A Cuban Defector Left Behind|Brin-Jonathan Butler|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“You should go and see the promenade in the early morning,” one local (who asked not to be named) urged me.Party on in Pag: The Controversy on Croatia’s Hottest Island|Kristin Vukovic|August 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The action has since shifted to the Peace Forest/Tayelet (the promenade that dramatically overlooks East Jerusalem).
The highlight for many of us in Southern Jerusalem will be the post-Kol Nidre Emek Refaim promenade.
A few moments to preen and promenade for the cameras following months of planning and fitting, hours of hair and makeup.
The promenade is kerbed by a massive sea wall of limestone, and here and there flights of stone steps lead to the water's edge.Ireland as It Is|Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
The pilot came on board at six o'clock in the morning, and the passengers were already on the promenade.Asiatic Breezes|Oliver Optic
The promenade deck was crowded with those who were to sail, and those who had come to see them off.Bee and Butterfly|Lucy Foster Madison
It was a wide avenue with the promenade in the center shaded by rows of trees with small burnished leaves.The Bright Shawl|Joseph Hergesheimer
She had purposely denied him for two weeks, but the sight of him on the promenade had been irresistible.The Man in the Twilight|Ridgwell Cullum