Definition for PRO-CES'SION

PRO-CES'SION, n. [Fr. from L. processio. See Proceed.]

  1. The act of proceeding or issuing. – Pearson.
  2. A train of persons walking, or riding on horseback or in vehicles, in a formal march, or moving with ceremonious solemnity; as, a procession of clergymen and people in the Romish church; a triumphal procession; a funeral procession. Him all his train / Follow'd in bright procession. – Milton.

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