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cortege

See also: cortège

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Borrowing from French cortège.

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cortege (plural corteges)

  1. A ceremonial procession, especially for a wedding or funeral or following a king.
    • 1660: Samuel Pepys, Diary - Upon the morrow after their marriage, the bride and bridegroom perambulate the streets, followed by a numerous cortege, the guests at the wedding festival, two and two...

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