cavalcade

[ kav-uhl-keyd, kav-uhl-keyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF cavalcade

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAVALCADE

Before the cavalcade entered the mouth of the cañon he had some thirty men about him.

He ran a short distance away from us, circling our cavalcade.

Under the archway they rode, Farnese at the head of the cavalcade.

How am I a sharer in his triumphs, save as the charger that marches in the cavalcade?

The November evening had closed in when the cavalcade entered Canterbury.

Then the cavalcade would sweep on its way and the street be duller than before.

The cavalcade, for it was no less, broke into parties which were often out of sight of each other.

And gathering up the reins, he drove on, followed by the cavalcade of burros.

Half a bowshot from the gate the cavalcade met Cæsar's suite.

And the members of the cavalcade had not pushed these animals as they had their first.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CAVALCADE

procession

nounparade, sequence
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