- a group or procession of promenaders.
- a promenade.
verb (used with object), pa·rad·ed, pa·rad·ing.
verb (used without object), pa·rad·ed, pa·rad·ing.
Origin of parade
Examples from the Web for parade
Women want a hot, young thing to parade around on their arm, too.Career-Minded Women Turn to Male Escorts For No-Strings Fun and (Maybe) Sex|Aurora Snow|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Circus parades often became as large a sight as the performance itself; one Barnum and Bailey parade stretched for three miles.We’re All Carnies Now: Why We Can’t Quit the Circus|Anthony Paletta|November 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Maybe we should have this parade as soon as we can organize it.
On Tuesday, we will once again have a fine Veterans Day parade in mid-Manhattan.
The advantage to having a parade on 9/11 is it would remind everybody that the war started with an attack on America.
A company may be mustered in the same manner on its own parade ground, the muster to follow the company inspection.Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1911|United States War Department
There we sit on parade in these side-seater cars, and what we are is revealed so pitilessly to all who sit across from us.Vignettes Of San Francisco|Almira Bailey
Both these mills were to be erected on the open spot of ground formerly used as a parade by the marine battalion.
But time was speedy and the war correspondents were anxious to attend the parade.The Siege of Mafeking (1900)|J. Angus Hamilton.
If there is anything more magnificent than a firemen's parade, I don't know what it is.Back Home|Eugene Wood
British Dictionary definitions for parade
- on display
- showing oneself off
Derived Formsparader, noun
Word Origin for parade
Idioms and Phrases with parade
see hit parade; rain on one's parade.