Noun(1) (theology(2) the group action of a collection of people or animals or vehicles moving ahead in more or less regular formation(3) the act of moving forward (as toward a goal
(1) The ceremony began with a procession from the local community centre to the church followed by special devotions in the church.(2) Thousands marched behind his funeral procession , a measure of his extraordinary impact on Russia's very heart, soul, and mind.(3) magistrates complain that they see a procession of recidivist minor offenders(4) a funeral procession(5) Her poetry anthology Enough Rope was a bestseller and her life was a procession of speakeasies, doomed affairs and half-hearted suicide attempts.(6) Events will include a civic procession and wreath laying ceremony on Saturday followed by a civic service at St Charles Borromeo to celebrate Wilberforce's life and work.(7) The procession followed a private ceremony, attended by about 200 family and friends.(8) Town Hall Square will host a performance by theatre groups Keighley Amateurs and HYT, a Bavarian oompah band and, after dusk, a procession of light.(9) From the formality of the opening procession to the intimacy of Communion, God wants to fill our hearts and minds with his truth, his love, and his power.(10) Prior to the Mass the First Communion and Confirmation children, along with the priest, marched in procession into the field headed by a piper.(11) Forgive me if I have, but I have heard a procession of pro-government Israelis pop up on the radio to put the same case with slightly different vocal patterns.(12) The ceremony begins with a procession from your college to the Senate House (a short walk in our case).(13) We could see, for instance, the doddering old knights and dames of the order tottering in (none of them a day below 70 I'm sure) in procession .(14) The opening ceremony included a procession down the High Street by the society's fleet of funeral vehicles to the sound of a piper major.(15) his path was paved by a procession of industry executives(16) Domonic and his friends and family will leave Lyneham in procession at 10 am and will be followed by a tractor decorated with balloons and banners.
(1) funeral procession :: begrafnisstoet
(2) wedding procession :: troue optog
1. parade ::
2. advance ::
3. emanation ::
1. recess ::
2. recession ::
3. regress ::
4. regression ::
5. retreat ::
6. retrogression ::
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