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procession noun

ADJ. grand, great, large, long | little, small | public, street | slow, solemn, stately | colourful | ceremonial | triumphal | constant, endless, never-ending (figurative) We've had an endless procession of new secretaries through the office since Amy left. | torchlight | funeral, religious, wedding

VERB + PROCESSION head, lead The mayor of the town led the procession to the central square.

PROCESSION + VERB make its way, move, pass, wind (its way) The funeral procession moved slowly down the avenue. The solemn procession wound its way through the narrow streets. | leave, move off, set off

PREP. in (a/the) ~ The children marched in procession behind the band. | ~ of a procession of circus performers