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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Bicycles, carts, horses
cavalcadecav‧al‧cade /ˌkævəlˈkeɪd, ˈkævəlkeɪd/ noun [countable]  TTBa line of people on horses or in cars or carriages moving along as part of a ceremony
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cavalcadeThe great cavalcade was on the move.Our cavalcade sweeps into the Kremlin just before noon.The royal cavalcade entered London in early May and received a tumultuous welcome from its citizens.Which was how we could get away from Vadinamia, unmolested by any of that cavalcade of criminals.Double gates opened automatically and the cavalcade moved inside the perimeter.The automatic barriers rose up and the cavalcade swept through to the Palace.And then she walked to the cavalcade which would whisk her to her flight back to London.The tortuously narrow Lolo Trail, blocked by crags, trees and undergrowth, was quickly traversed by Joseph's uncomplaining cavalcade.
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