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pro·ces·sion / prəˈseshən/ • n. 1. a number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly fashion, esp. as part of a ceremony or festival: a funeral procession. ∎  the action of moving forward in such a way: the fully robed civic dignitaries walk in procession. ∎ fig. a relentless succession of people or things: his path was paved by a procession of industry executives. 2. Theol. the emanation of the Holy Spirit.

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Procession

Procession

a group of people moving in an orderly state; a regular series; sequence or succession of things resembling a procession. See also cortège.

Examples : procession of stately aqueducts; of boats, 1839; of tradesmans tools, 1688.

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