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processional

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprocessionalpro‧ces‧sion‧al /prəˈseʃənəl/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 LINErelating to or used in a procession
Examples from the Corpus
processionalA processional hymn is available to all.Outside the compound of the bride's parents the processions were met by similar processional parties of near relatives of the bride.The processional party was already waiting for him.Flags lined the processional route.Consequently composers have revived ancient liturgical-musical forms such as responsorial music, acclamations, litanies and processional songs.The processional way begins at the north-west entrance, with the cone placed squarely behind you.
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