n. (plural of cavalcade English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: cavalcade)
Usage examples of "cavalcades".
When the two cavalcades of limousines had entered the grounds, the main gates were shut.
After the habitual televised handshaking and toasting, they left Dublin in twin cavalcades for Castletown.
After the habitual televised handshak-ing and toasting, they left Dublin in twin cavalcades for Castletown.
On the high road from town at this hour the cavalcades of approaching guests must ride in coach or chariot or on horseback.
The flag floated from the tower every day, coaches rolled past the village green laden with the county gentry who came to pay their respects, gay cavalcades rode down the avenue and through the big gates to gallop over the country with joyous laughter and talk.
He knew there would be no patrols riding the border marches on either side, as in ordinary times, but there were those towers, and with dawn there would probably be cavalcades of returning soldiers with wounded men in ox-carts.
Then the white folks had to stay indoors, for every street was so packed with charging cavaliers and cavalieresses that it was next to impossible to thread one's way through the cavalcades without getting crippled.