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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
procession (noun)
1.
a) a group of individuals moving along in an orderly often ceremonial way
b) - succession sequence
2.
a) continuous forward movement - progression
b) - emanation the Holy Spirit's procession from the Father
procession (verb)
intransitive verb
archaic to go in procession
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
procession (noun)
1.
a body of individuals moving along in an orderly and often ceremonial way
SYNONIMS:
parade, procession
RELATED WORDS:
progress; callithump; column, line, string, train
procession (noun)
2.
forward movement in time or place
SYNONIMS:
advancement, furtherance, going, headway, march, onrush, passage, process, procession, progress, progression
RELATED WORDS:
current, drift, flow, flux, stream, way; advent, approach, arrival, coming, nearing; bound, jump, leap, step, stride; impetus, momentum
NEAR ANTONYMS:
backwash, ebb, reflux; retraction, return, reversal, reverse; about-face, turnabout, turnaround
recess, recession, regress, regression, retreat, retrogression
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