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parade

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a procession of people traveling on horseback

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Almost as he spoke there filed into the clearing where the camp had been set up, a cavalcade of white men, followed by Indians.
The Abbot thanked his sage adviser; and the cavalcade, setting spurs to their horses, rode on as men do who wish to reach their inn before the bursting of a night-storm.
The cavalcade came prancing along the road, with a great clattering of hoofs and a mighty cloud of dust, which rose up so dense and high that the visage of the mountainside was completely hidden from Ernest's eyes.
So much for the ennui extra muros; of the ennui of the interior we will give the reader an idea if he will with us follow the cavalcade to the majestic porch of the castle of the states.
His cavalcade consisted of eighty-two horses, most of them heavily laden with Indian goods, beaver traps, ammunition, Indian corn, corn meal and other necessaries.
Except for the clanking of accouterments and the occasional squeal of an angry thoat or the low guttural of a zitidar, the passage of the cavalcade was almost noiseless, for neither thoat nor zitidar is a hoofed animal, and the broad tires of the chariots are of an elastic composition, which gives forth no sound.
And, to speak truly, every mule stumbled over the two, and the whole cavalcade was piled up in a heap.
The doctor lowered the balloon in order to get a better look at this cavalcade of natives; but, as the balloon grew larger to their eyes, they began to show symptoms of intense affright, and at length made off in different directions as fast as their legs and those of their horses could carry them.
At the far eastern confine a strange cavalcade strung, in single file, over the brow of a low hill.
He felt it not only from the sound of the hoofs of the approaching cavalcade, but because as he drew near everything grew brighter, more joyful, more significant, and more festive around him.
Ride with me," she commanded; and, as soon as Hirst had swung himself across a mule, the two started, leading the cavalcade.
Maimie walked alongside one of them for some distance without meeting anybody, but at last she saw a fairy cavalcade approaching.
Early the following morning a gay cavalcade set out to visit the famous Sorceress, Glinda the Good.
The car was forced to stop here to let a cavalcade of ammunition waggons pass by.
The major's first feeling was that of satisfaction in having left his cavalcade behind; if this were an enemy and should escape he would have little to report.