march-past

[ mahrch-past, -pahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF march-past

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I have been here several days, watching them come and go; it is like the march-past of an army.

Their consorts with their suite watched the march-past from landaus.

We had hit a lucky moment, evidently there was going to be a march-past or some thing like that.

His Majesty hopes, when the march-past is over, to receive a march-up of fair ladies.

The footpaths were lined pretty thickly with loungers who had stood to watch the march-past of a regiment of Zeibecks.

But now, let us suppose it is the occasion of the march-past, in the grounds of the Lyceum, before the javelin-throwing.

The march-past after a victory is a thing to drive the heart mad with jubilation; but this one was a thing to break it.

Then came a picture of the main square of Louvain, with a group of generals waiting for the march-past and the salute.

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