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  1. Procession definition, the act of moving along or proceeding in orderly succession or in a formal and ceremonious manner, as a line of people, animals, vehicles, etc. See more.
  2. Procession definition is - a group of individuals moving along in an orderly often ceremonial way. How to use procession in a sentence.
  3. procession a line of people, animals, vehicles, etc., moving along in orderly succession Not to be confused with: precession – the act of preceding; precedence; the slow, conical motion of the earth’s axis of rotation pro·ces·sion (prə-sĕsh′ən) n. 1. a. A group of persons, vehicles, or objects moving along in an orderly, formal manner. b. The.
  4. Another word for procession. Find more ways to say procession, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at trisvimudaringcyj.resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.co, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
  5. procession definition: 1. a line of people who are all walking or travelling in the same direction, especially in a formal. Learn more.
  6. Procession, in Christianity, organized body of people advancing in formal or ceremonial manner as an element of Christian ritual or as a less official expression of popular piety. Public processions seem to have come into vogue soon after the recognition of Christianity as the religion of the.
  7. ‘A procession of central bankers and finance ministers issued soothing words, united in their confidence that the prospects for the global economy remained good.’ ‘The magazine glorifies a procession of vaunted rebels for struggling to persuade a corporate hierarchy to let them generate profits.’.
  8. Procession: a body of individuals moving along in an orderly and often ceremonial way. Synonyms: cortege, parade, advance Antonyms: recess, recession, regress.

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