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noun as in group traveling together

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The event included a caravan of cars and other vehicles decorated with LGBTQ Pride related signs or ornaments that traveled across the city.

After the poetry and the prayers, a caravan of cars drove past JaMarcus’ childhood home, his elementary school, the church where he was married, to a cemetery, tucked into a forest, where his parents were buried.

After checking in, you will make your way to each designated checkpoint, as part of a caravan of vehicles.

No child dreams of fleeing north in a migrant caravan, growing up to become a cartel hit man, or collecting “rent” for a street gang.

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Border closures have scuttled the constant caravans of interior design and luxury fashion shows in Milan, London, New York, and Paris.

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A caravan of trams stuck in the middle of the medieval city waited in line for the protest to end.

On May 13, 2014, a pickup truck approached a caravan of white vans moving on a road near Baqubah, east of Baghdad, in Iraq.

I met a girl on holiday in a caravan park—which you guys call a trailer park—and she was from Northern Ireland.

The caravan was carrying humanitarian aid, Russian authorities said.

The progress of the caravan of SUVs and buses ferrying the embassy staff out to Tunisia was monitored in real-time in Washington.

I decided to go with the caravan into the town because the caravan people knew the shortest way.

No sooner had the caravan reached us than our attention was drawn to the faces of the camels probing the distance.

Toward midday the whole caravan stopped and all the animals were tied under different trees for two or three hours to rest.

Soon a cuckoo called from the distance and in a few moments the caravan was ready to move on.

As the caravan came nearer, David was convinced that he saw before him the owner of the cache and the canine.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to caravan, such as: cavalcade, convoy, expedition, procession, band, and campers.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.