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 (bo͞o′lə-vär-dyā′, -dîr′)
1. A sophisticated, socially active man who frequents fashionable places.
2. A cocktail made of bourbon or rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters, often garnished with a lemon or orange peel.

[Obsolete French, from boulevard, boulevard; see boulevard.]


(originally in Paris) a fashionable man, esp one who frequents public places


(ˌbʊl ə vɑrˈdɪər, -vɑrˈdyeɪ, ˌbu lə-)

1. a person who frequents the most fashionable Parisian locales.
[1875–80; < French; see boulevard, -ier2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.boulevardier - a visitor of a city boulevard (especially in Paris)
visitant, visitor - someone who visits
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What could this man with such a boulevardier exterior that he looked positively like, an exile in a provincial town, and with his drawing-room manner - what could he know of negroes?
Classic concoctions from days gone by include the Boulevardier (AED 75), which originated in Paris in the Roaring Twenties.
Unable to divorce itself entirely from its roots, several of Jettison's cocktails feature coffee, including the popular BLVD, Kaiho's take on the traditional bourbon Boulevardier.
An eye-opener when sipped neat, its bold flavors shine brightest when stirred into a classic cocktail, such as an Old Fashioned or Boulevardier.
We sat at a table by the window, and Maureen ordered a boulevardier on the rocks that arrived with a toothpick-speared olive balanced across the rim of the glass like a pig on a spit.
The cocktail selection boasts an array of classics such as the Boulevardier, Brown Derby, Sidecar and Last Word, among others.
Choose from Negroni, Boulevardier, Margarita, Bloody Mary, Caipirinha, Brandy and Rob Roy.
No obstante, si se prestaria atencion a la misma idea, expuesta por el tambien parisino Victor Perrot, cronista e historiador firmante de Le Dernier Boulevardier, ante la Societe des Amis de la Bibliotheque de la Ville de Paris.
The aim was for the gardener to emerge 'as a recognisable urban figure, a counter to the figures of the boulevardier and the flaneur, .
In the same blundering way, drastically dropping the age of her jaded older suitor incongruously forces the boyish Corey Cott ("Newsies") into the unconvincing guise of that of sophisticated boulevardier Gaston Lachaille.
One example is Boulevardier from the Bronx (1936), an eight-minute Warner Bros, cartoon featuring the exploits of the Chicago Giants, whose star pitcher--a rooster--is named Dizzy Dan.
Dans le theatre boulevardier, il y a bien des personnages qui veulent un emploi budgetaire plus ou moins important: Paraponisitul (Le fache) et Haimana (Le vaurien) d'Alecsandri, Postulache Slujbulescu (Postulant Employesco) de I.