Boardwalk

A boardwalk (board walk, boarded path, promenade) is a constructed pedestrian walkway along or overlooking beaches; or as walking paths and trails over bogs and wetlands and above fragile ecosystems, usually built with wood. Boardwalks along intertidal zones are known as foreshoreways in Australia. A boardwalk along a river is often known as a riv...
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Boardwalk

(from the article `Coney Island`) Coney Island is one of the best-known amusement parks in the United States, with its 3.5-mile Boardwalk fronted by a sand beach. Numerous concessions ...
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Boardwalk

(from the article `roller coaster`) ...hill, making it a far more exciting ride than the slow-moving Switchback. Thompson, who built 50 more Switchbacks in the United States and Europe, ...
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boardwalk

noun a walkway made of wooden boards; usually at seaside
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Boardwalk

[music club] The Boardwalk nightclub was located on Little Peter Street in Manchester, England. This medium sized club and rehearsal studios, owned by Colin Sinclair, was a popular live music venue in the late 1980s and early 1990s where bands such as Oasis and Northside made their live debuts. Along with other clubs like the Haçienda, and...
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Boardwalk

A fixed planked structure, usually built on pilings in areas of wet soil or water to provide dry crossings.
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boardwalk

[n] - a walkway made of wooden boards
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