Noun(1) a procession of people traveling on horseback
(1) the royal cavalcade proceeded through the city(2) A falconry display, dog agility show and a cavalcade of military vehicles, chiefly from the Second World War era, drew crowds of spectators.(3) The procession included a cavalcade of 60 motorbikes and trikes ridden by friends and family of the grandfather-of-eight.(4) Mr Celoro was buried in a silver-coloured coffin after a motorcycle cavalcade formed his funeral procession.(5) Most of the hour is a cavalcade of stars showing up live, via remote or pre-tape, to wish King a happy seventieth.(6) The applause swelled as members of the Royal Family left in the seven-car cavalcade , particularly when the young Princes William and Harry passed by.(7) Angry words erupted and the cavalcade was brought to a stop.(8) The Olympic flame had arrived in Britain at Heathrow Airport at 7am yesterday and was brought to Wimbledon in a cavalcade of cars.(9) On a lighter note there will be a colourful fair, with stalls, minstrels, stilt walkers, jesters and jugglers and a cavalcade of colourful characters.(10) The cavalcade of bikers brought with them a special guest - Santa, who had a present for each child on the paediatric ward.(11) Rather than tour London in all his pomp, he will be whisked in a motor cavalcade numbering up to 30 vehicles, along the most direct and least visible of routes.(12) Three miles from London the cavalcade was greeted by a mass choir of 3000 scholars and clerks from the city which urged him on with a Te Deum laudamus.(13) There was little enthusiasm to stand and wave flags as a cavalcade of horse boxes bumped past.(14) The cavalcade arrived back in Newry around 5pm to the sound of music from the public houses in Monaghan Street.(15) It required a cavalcade of tow vehicles to get the motor cars back to the scrutineering area.(16) On Saturday, February 26 the colourful cavalcade of rally cars and their support vehicles will converge on the town of Portlaoise.
1. procession ::
2. parade ::
3. motorcade ::
Different Formscavalcade, cavalcades
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