n. 1. a town comprised of the externally beautiful; usually in stark constrast to its adjacent city, town, village or island.
v. 2. to escape, in mind and body, from your current state of affairs to a land many thought only existed in or around heaven.
someday i will make enough money to live amongst the beautiful people of Bellevue.
I bellevue to Bellevue frequently.
1. Hometown and current residence of Bill Gates.
2. An affluent, upper-class suburb of Seattle, Washington. Reknowned for its artistic use landscaping its roads, neighborhoods, and parks. Beautiful views of Lake Washington to the west. Directly east of Seattle across the lake. Racial diversity goes a little something like this: 50% white, 50% Asian. Majority of households have at least one person employed at Boeing and/or Microsoft at any given time.
Also known for pricey neighborhoods such as Beaux Arts, Somerset, Newport Shores and Factoria. Extremely white/Asian people try to be gangster or they shop at Hollister, Abercrombie&Fitch, etc. All of its high schools have been included in Newsweeks Top 50 Public High Schools. This includes Bellevue, Newport, Sammamish, and International high schools.Extreme amounts of preps, emo kids, and the word "hella".
asian: yo, bitch, i be half azn n half white. lets use my dads benz to go get some weed. helllla.
preppy bellevue girl: omg lets go to bell square and buy something from the hollister/abercrombie!!
black seattle kid: wut up with all these rich bellevue crackers, g??
A suburb of Seattle which no one acknowledges is defined by whether or not one lives east or west of I-405. On the west side of I-405, near the lake, are the classically wealthy seattle suburbs-- Medina, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, Yarrow Point, Evergreen Point, Beaux Arts. Its denizens tend to be a) fourth generation descendants of humble Seattle scandinavians b) second generation new englanders or c) (and perhaps most unfortunately) first generation Californians. On the east side of I-405 exists what can only be described as uncouth suburbia. With names like newport hills, factoria, and tam o'shanter, these neighborhoods are defined by either by shag carpet in the basement or by stucco walls built by John Buchan (in the case of Newport Hills). The vast majority of Bellevue's asian population lives on the East side. There are no black or hispanic people on either side. West siders will always say they live in Bellevue, even though they technically don't. East-siders who have somehow stumbled into wealth will move to the west side and buy their kids Sea-Doos.
On the commercial side, the city is dominated by a regional shopping mall, PACCAR, and a few tech firms. Major developments promise to bring an influx of population, further eroding Bellevue's suburban/rural aesthetic in favor of commercial aggrandizement and psuedo-trendy-yuppie-condo-villages. Commercial Bellevue aspires to the vibrancy of its northern neighbor, Kirkland, but its downtown lacks the natural ...
Most people who live in Bellevue aspire to move to Mercer Island, eventually.
Bellevue is second rate.