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noun as in procession of motor vehicles

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Harry Truman campaigned here in 1948, zipping in a motorcade through Mission Hills, and Dwight Eisenhower helicoptered into Chula Vista in 1960 for a speech to local Rotary Clubs.

Teddy Roosevelt became the first president with a motorcade in 1902 and rode in a Columbia.

In São Paulo and other Brazilian cities, thousands of drivers joined in motorcades in July to protest working conditions set by Uber.

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As predicted, his two-car motorcade has been blocked from entering.

An agent on the outer perimeter radios in that the motorcade is in sight.

For the remainder of the motorcade, there is no radio traffic.

He goes down to the secure motorcade staging area, looking for a solution.

The sweep team and the motorcade soon arrived at the United Nations, where Obama delivered an address about climate change.

Motorcade; and particularly as we got in downtown Houston, the crowds were very large, and very enthusiastic.

Some on the running board, some seated, depending on the speed of the motorcade, or the activity.

What planning was undertaken with respect to the determination of the motorcade route through Dallas?

The normal course of events—they would say to me, "Do you want a motorcade in Dallas?"

Were there any factors peculiar to Dallas which delayed the determination of the motorcade route?


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to motorcade, such as: caravan, convoy, and parade.

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