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noun as in parade

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Rather than an endless cavalcade of unknown faces and places, these projected slides are blank pictures, allowing the audience to imagine people and locations of their own conjuring.

The Jazz, of course, have their own advantages in their cavalcade of 3-point shooters, Gobert’s paint protection and the respective abilities of Mitchell and Conley to break defenses down from the outside-in.

Documentary series have thrived in the streaming age, with a seemingly endless cavalcade of stories about true crime or bizarre cults.

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The cavalcade of place names and unit designations might be a challenge for the nonspecialist reader.

The mountain’s only local rival in terms of rarity and showstopping beauty is the northern lights, the astronomical occurrence that causes a cavalcade of colors to pirouette across the night sky near Earth's polar regions.

National stereotypes shape the humor among the gathering cavalcade of cyclists and the many thousands of followers.

Arm people with a cloak of anonymity and a shield of non-accountability, and watch the cavalcade of crazy charge.

Yet surprisingly, the woman who originated this annual cavalcade now dismisses the spectacle she seemingly created.

There is certainly no room in Twitter's 140 characters for the cavalcade of caveats that trail the so-called “agreement.”

First was the cavalcade of denials and baffling cover-ups she fired off to defend herself.

There could be no doubting the errand that brought a cavalcade thus furiously from the direction of Lucknow.

We spent a very happy day at the hospitable country house of Mr. Wardrope, and our cavalcade to the town at night was delightful.

The long cavalcade is seen disappearing down the hill, while away in the distance is Portsmouth Harbour with its crowded shipping.

The shrill notes of the trumpets sounded louder and louder, and a brilliant cavalcade appeared at the end of the mall.

About three hundred men-at-arms constituted the cavalcade of the Duke of Aquitaine.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cavalcade, such as: array, drill, procession, promenade, review, and spectacle.

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