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  • noun Plural form of allee.

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Examples

  • The terminus of one entrance edges up to the lake, another to a mall and a third, to Emaar Boulevard with its allees of palms and six lanes of traffic.

    J. Michael Welton: Landscaping the Burj Khalifa

  • The terminus of one entrance edges up to the lake, another to a mall and a third, to Emaar Boulevard with its allees of palms and six lanes of traffic.

    J. Michael Welton: Landscaping the Burj Khalifa

  • The terminus of one entrance edges up to the lake, another to a mall and a third, to Emaar Boulevard with its allees of palms and six lanes of traffic.

    J. Michael Welton: Landscaping the Burj Khalifa

  • The terminus of one entrance edges up to the lake, another to a mall and a third, to Emaar Boulevard with its allees of palms and six lanes of traffic.

    J. Michael Welton: Landscaping the Burj Khalifa

  • But though the water was not good the sun was bright, the music cheery, the landscape fresh and pleasant, and it was always amusing to see the vast varieties of our human species that congregated at the Springs, and trudged up and down the green allees.

    The Kickleburys on the Rhine

  • 'Ou sont vos bonnes femmes?' asked the Resident; and the jailer cheerfully responded: 'Je crois, Monsieur le Resident, qu'elles sont allees quelquepart faire une visite.'

    In the South Seas

  • There were grim black allees of clipped trees, a curiously wrought iron gate, and twisted iron espaliers.

    Tales of Trail and Town

  • The town rises gently from the lake, and is very picturesque with its church spires and trees and handsome mansions; and nothing could be prettier than the foreground, the gardens, the allees of willows, the long boat wharves with hundreds of rowboats and sail-boats, and the exit of the Susquehanna River, which here swirls away under drooping foliage, and begins its long journey to the sea.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • The top of the Niederwald is a splendid forest of trees, which no impious Frenchman has been allowed to trim, and cut into allees of arches, taking one in thought across the water to the free Adirondacks.

    Saunterings

  • The top of the Niederwald is a splendid forest of trees, which no impious Frenchman has been allowed to trim, and cut into allees of arches, taking one in thought across the water to the free Adirondacks.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

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