A Word A Day Keeps Ignorance at Bay!!! – Cavalcade

A Word A Day Keeps Ignorance at Bay!!! – Cavalcade


  • noun. A formal procession (of people on horse-backs or even walking or in vehicles)
  • noun. A dramatic sequence (of things or events)
    • This word originated in the 16th century: (denoting a ride or raid on horseback): from French, from Italian word cavalcata, or from cavalcare meaning ‘to ride’, based on Latin caballus for ‘horse’.
    • Popularity of the word rose during the 


        • procession
        • sequence

  • The birth of the princess was announced with a gaudy cavalcade through the streets of the capital.
  • The economy was rattled after a cavalcade of disasters hit the country.

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