allee

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From French allée (path)

Noun[edit]

allee (plural allees)

  1. A tree-lined avenue, often particularly one that is part of a landscaped garden.
    • 1903, Carter Goodloe, Calvert of Strathore[1]:
      He found her walking slowly up and down an allee of elms, through the leaves of which the bright September sunshine sifted down.
    • 2007 August 5, Tracie Rozhon, “Even a Master Needs Help Sometimes”, New York Times:
      About $800,000 for a complete interior and exterior remodeling and about $200,000 for landscaping, including an allee of mature trees

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Noun[edit]

allee f (plural allees)

  1. departure