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EtymologyEdit

promenade + -er

NounEdit

promenader ‎(plural promenaders)

  1. Agent noun of promenade; one who promenades.
    • 1924, Herman Melville, Billy Budd, London: Constable & Co., Chapter 15, [1]
      [] Claggart's unobserved glance happened to light on belted Billy rolling along the upper gun deck in the leisure of the second dog-watch, exchanging passing broadsides of fun with other young promenaders in the crowd []
  2. (chiefly Britain, music) An attender at, or devotee of, promenade concerts.

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NounEdit

promenader

  1. indefinite plural of promenad
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