A policeman stopped traffic on Palmetto for the cortege and second line to pass, and in a better street, people broke out dancing.
Retinue, ret′i-nū, n. the body of retainers who follow a person of rank: a suite: a cortege.
But it was merely the ushers opening a passage for the cortege.
A hare, surprised into helpless inactivity, sat upright and pulsating in the ferns by the roadside as the cortege went by.
Ption and Barnave, were waiting to take the direction of the cortege.
The cortege marched around the whole front of the lined-up troops, keeping step to the slow and dismal sounds of the "Dead March."
The other barges in the cortege were rowed by Greenwich pensioners.
Lastly, the cortege entered the town amid the ringing of the church bells, the roar of cannon, and bursts of music.
Such of his family as shared his captivity brought up the cortege.
The singing ended the friars departed, and those who had formed the cortege began to leave the church.