procession[ pruh-sesh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF procession
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROCESSION
In consideration of the health of Paralus, the customary evening procession was dispensed with.
Our superior rank places us in the front row of the procession.
This bell was kept tolling over the whole route of the procession.
That Spain was much in favour there was evident from his place in the procession.
Positively I will not describe wedding-dresses, or a procession to church.
Then, over the mountain all moved in procession to the lake.
As Hetty saw this procession, she was seized with an irresistible desire to join it.
Hither the crowd was already streaming, and hither the procession made its way.
Marie, however, greatly desired to see the procession start.
A very large company of widows also took part in this procession.