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Date: 1500-1600
Language: French
Origin: 'horse-ride', from Old Italian, from cavalcare 'to ride on a horse', from Latin caballus; CAVALIER

cavalcade

noun
     
Related topics: Bicycles, Carts, Horses
cav‧al‧cade [countable]
TTB a line of people on horses or in cars or carriages moving along as part of a ceremony

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