cortege[ kawr-tezh, -teyzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF cortege
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORTEGE
But it was merely the ushers opening a passage for the cortege.
That night the white people left the stockade in a cortege of torch bearers.
Every exit had been cut off to bottle up the Imperial cortege.
I had a brother who died on Ninth, but I met the cortege at Eighth.
Ption and Barnave, were waiting to take the direction of the cortege.
In accordance with the Italian custom, the cortege marched quickly.
The other barges in the cortege were rowed by Greenwich pensioners.
Such of his family as shared his captivity brought up the cortege.
The cortege was of great length, and splendid in its appointments.
When he started at the head of the cortege, they could scarce forbear to cheer.