Cavalcade

A cavalcade is a procession or parade on horseback, or a mass trail ride by a company of riders. The focus of a cavalcade is participation rather than display. Often, the participants do not wear costumes or ride in formation. Often, a cavalcade re-enacts an important historical event and follows a long distance trail. A cavalcade may also be a pi...
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cavalcade

[n] - a procession of people traveling on horseback
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Cavalcade

Cav'al·cade` noun [ French cavalcade , from Italian cavalcata , from cavalcare to go on horseback, from Late Latin caballicare , from Latin caballus an inferior horse, Greek .... Confer Cavalier , Cavalry .] A procession of persons on horseback; a for...
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cavalcade

noun a procession of people traveling on horseback
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Cavalcade

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cavalcade

cavalcade 1. A procession, especially one of people on horses, in carriages, or in cars. 2. A series or procession of things or people; especially, a spectacular or dramatic one. 3. A ceremonial procession or display. 4. A succession or series; such as, the actress starred in a cavalcade of Broadway hits.
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Cavalcade

Synonymous with the compilation film, cavalcades, few of which are now produced, were combinations of scenes from other films. The consistent thread was the star and more than not comedians employed this venue. Sound effects were used to underscore the humorous moments
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Cavalcade

A cavalcade is a procession of riders on horse-back.
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Cavalcade

[play] Cavalcade is a play by Noël Coward with songs by Coward and others. It focuses on three decades in the life of the Marryotts, a quintessential British family, and their servants, beginning in 1900 and ends on New Year`s Eve in 1929 and is set against major historical events of the period, including the Relief of Mafeking; the death ...
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Cavalcade

[METRORail station] ==Connecting Bus Routes== ...
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