parade

Part of speech: verb

To array or marshal, as in military order; promenade for display.

Part of speech: noun

A marshaling and review of troops; a ceremonious procession; show; ostentation.

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Usage examples "parade":

  1. Yet so far as is known they did nothing more in the siege than to parade and mount guard. - "The Siege of Boston", Allen French.
  2. To Lucy Lee life must seem like a parade, she being the given point. - "Torchy and Vee", Sewell Ford.
  3. But 'tis very late; and parade, you know- I shall go to bed. - "The House by the Church-Yard", J. Sheridan Le Fanu.