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  • They went out together to the avenue. (8)
  • You will find them up yonder avenue. (10)
  • From the nearest avenue a lady had issued. (10)
  • The avenue, therefore, must be at the back of it. (4)
  • The River settlement is over there on Arizona Avenue. (13)
  • But the answer was lighted fierily down another avenue. (10)
  • What is needed is a broad new avenue to the public mind. (16)
  • A sound of the galloping hoof drew her attention to the avenue. (10)
  • He looked down at the garden, and up at the trees of the avenue. (8)
  • She came to the avenue, and passed up it still in a sort of dream. (8)
  • The crowd turned south along a broad avenue that led to the park. (13)
  • At the head of every avenue stood an angel or devil with drawn sword. (8)
  • He went over to Third Avenue and took the Elevated down to Chatham Square. (9)
  • But dark, solid, watchful, Madame Lamotte blocked the avenue of that vision. (8)
  • They rode as far as Schönhauser Avenue, and from there on they went on foot. (12)
  • At Third Avenue they took the Elevated for which she confessed an infatuation. (9)
  • A railway station fly drove out of the avenue on the circle to the hall-entrance. (10)
  • He must have walked many blocks on this avenue between the monotonous small houses. (13)
  • Almost at the same moment he saw her coming up the walk toward him from far down the avenue. (9)
  • James Greydon led them down the wide avenue of hemlocks, bowing and smiling to the natives. (18)
  • Consciousness at last came, and I perceived that we were driving up a thickly planted avenue. (6)
  • On this serene afternoon in May the broad avenue of hemlocks seemed more beautiful than ever. (18)
  • The old man put his head out again and told the driver to take them to the Fifth Avenue Hotel. (9)
  • Well, will you say you are sure that when you left the house you did not see me in the avenue? (10)
  • He entered one of the larger saloons on the corner of an avenue, and sat down at a small table. (13)
  • They met on Kurfürsten Square, and walked up the avenue of chestnut trees toward Charlottenburg. (12)
  • His quick ear caught a sound of hoofs cantering down the avenue on the Northern front of the house. (10)
  • Down in the very middle of the avenue, a small, white figure was standing, as if looking out for him. (8)
  • Looking up and down the avenue, so silent of its horse-car bells, he saw a policeman at every corner. (9)
  • Little gusts of sick, warm wind blew across the great avenue at the corners of the intersecting streets. (9)
  • On the day set apart for the feast, the tribesmen approached the mansion through the avenue of hemlocks. (18)
  • But there were no strikers in sight, and on Second Avenue they stood quietly about in groups on the corners. (9)
  • We walked across what must have been Jarvis Field to what must have been North Avenue, and there he left me. (9)
  • It seemed that he was determined to have his runaway: he struck up the avenue at full pedestrian racing pace. (10)
  • Was it any worse, he asked them, than their not being invited to the entertainments of people in upper Fifth Avenue? (9)
  • After a certain time they went for a walk in the warm summer moonlight under the elms, where they had met on the avenue. (9)
  • He was standing bareheaded in the middle of Fifth Avenue and blocking the tide of carriages flowing in either direction. (9)
  • The architect had moved lately to the top story of a large new building on Michigan Avenue, where his office had expanded. (13)
  • The fighting round the car in the avenue ceased; the driver whipped his horses into a gallop, and the place was left empty. (9)
  • His pride was aroused in laying out and adorning with hemlocks an avenue which was to be the grand approach to his mansion. (18)
  • But he had no sooner entered the next bend of that obscure and winding avenue than the most lamentable, lusty cries assailed him. (8)
  • He had not reached Hamilton Terrace before he changed his mind, and hailing a cab, gave the driver an address in Wistaria Avenue. (8)
  • The light runabout whirled into the broad avenue of Grand Boulevard, and there Graves let the animal out for a couple of blocks. (13)
  • Every room on the west front looked across a lawn to the beginning of the avenue immediately beyond tall iron palisades and gates. (4)
  • She could see the first couple walking under an avenue of limes, and near them that young man or monkey, Raikes, as if in ambush. (10)
  • He kept his coffer shut; and, for a consequence, he saw the contents as an avenue of blossom leading to vistas of infinite harvest. (10)
  • On the way up, these were superseded in his regard by some hip-roof structures on the Ninth Avenue, which he thought more Dutch-looking. (9)
  • Pierson stood where the avenue forked, enjoying the sound of the waltz, and the cool whipping of the breeze in the sycamores and birches. (8)
  • Such happiness belonged to the avenue of wishes leading to golden mists beyond imagination, and seemed, coming on him suddenly, miraculous. (10)
  • The dinner which the Marches got at a restaurant on Unter den Linden almost redeemed the avenue from the disgrace it had fallen into with them. (9)
  • The avenue leading from the railway station to the palace was decorated with flags and garlands, and planted with the stems of young firs and birches. (9)
  • They met swiftly dashing sleighs, and let them pass on either hand, down the beautiful avenue narrowing with an admirably even sky-line in the perspective. (9)

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Definition of avenue:

  • avenue, av’en-, n. the principal approach to a country-house, usually bordered by trees: a double row of trees, with or without a road: a wide and handsome street, with or without trees, esp. in america: any passage or entrance into a place: (_fig._) means of access or attainment. (0)

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