Definition for Procession (-s)

procession (-s), n. [Early ME < Fr. < L prōcessiōnem, marching onwards, advance; see proceed, v.] (webplay: go, triumphal).

  1. Parade; assembly; crowd; ceremonious line of people marching in orderly succession.
  2. Funeral cortege; [fig.] litany; prayer; funeral service.
  3. [Fig.] heavenly host; concourse of angels; multitude of the righteous in heaven.

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