Noun(1) a formal ball held for a school class toward the end of the academic year(2) a public area set aside as a pedestrian walk(3) a square dance figure; couples march counterclockwise in a circle(4) a march of all the guests at the opening of a formal dance(5) a leisurely walk (usually in some public place
Verb(1) march in a procession(2) take a leisurely walk
(1) I took a promenade heading towards Abdullah's studio.(2) There is plenty of space here to promenade or sit on the floor.(3) It's little things like wanting to walk along the promenade at Scarborough which I can no longer do.(4) He took my hand and we started to promenade as I mentally blinked in the fact that we were openly holding hands.(5) It was originally used for ladies to promenade in when they didn't want to go outside.(6) Eventually, he came to the riverside promenade where a strip of parkland bordered the River Ana.(7) Built-up areas will be complemented by amenity space, parkland and a riverside promenade .(8) Visitors flocked in steamers from Glasgow's Broomielaw to promenade under waving palms.(9) After the beach promenade , which was an absolute blast, it was the last full day of school.(10) It was a Saturday morning and the weather was picturesque, perfect for a promenade outdoors or a carriage ride through the hills, but not nearly idyllic enough for Isabella to step foot from her house.(11) The foundations for the new pedestrian promenade , a relaxation area and public car park are being constructed.(12) Once inside the ground floor, one can promenade through either by a ramp or a curving staircase.(13) There's an unmarked route between the front bar and the back bar which is like a seaside promenade .(14) So here's a thought: If you even wanted to stop, shop, visit, peruse, or promenade the streets of New York, this is the moment.(15) A tree-lined promenade extends south to Battery Park, with its view to the Statue of Liberty.(16) Colourful two-storey waterfront buildings overlook the main promenade , which curves gently around a small harbour.