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cavalcade

cavalcade †ride XVI; procession on horseback XVII. — F. cavalcade, earlier †-cate- It. cavalcata, f. cavalcare :- Rom. *caballicāre ride, f. L. caballus pack-horse, nag, in Rom. (VI) soldier's word for ‘horse’ (F. cheval, etc.), which, like Gr. kabállēs, is an alien word; see -ADE.

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Cavalcade

Cavalcade

a procession of persons on horseback; a procession or parade of carriages.

Examples: cavalcade of carriages; of devils, 1709; of horsemen; of songs; of sewarry [Indian mounted troops], 1616.

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cavalcade

cav·al·cade / ˌkavəlˈkād/ • n. a formal procession of people walking, on horseback, or riding in vehicles.

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cavalcade

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