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  1. A procession is a line of people or vehicles moving along in an orderly and often ceremonial way. A very common example is a funeral procession, which is the line of cars or people traveling together to a burial. A parade is another kind of procession. Procession is the noun form of the verb process, meaning to proceed in or as if in a procession.
  2. Procession definition is - a group of individuals moving along in an orderly often ceremonial way. How to use procession in a sentence.
  3. 1. the act of proceeding in a regular formation 2. a group of people or things moving forwards in an orderly, regular, or ceremonial manner 3. (Music, .
  4. In consideration of the health of Paralus, the customary evening procession was dispensed with. Our superior rank places us in the front row of the procession. This bell was kept tolling over the whole route of the procession. That Spain was much in favour there was evident from his place in the procession.
  5. a line of people who are all walking or travelling in the same direction, especially in a formal way as part of a religious ceremony or public celebration: a wedding / funeral procession The festival will open with a procession .
  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 Roman Empire by Constantine in the 4th century.
  7. noun 1 A number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly fashion, especially as part of a ceremony.
  8. Procession: a body of individuals moving along in an orderly and often ceremonial way. Synonyms: cortege, parade, advance Antonyms: recess, recession, regress.
  9. adjective of, relating to, or characteristic of a procession. of the nature of a procession; moving in an orderly or regular succession, sequence, or the like. of a style, design, etc., customarily used in processions: processional regalia.

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