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1processional

noun pro·ces·sion·al \prə-ˈsesh-nəl, -ˈse-shə-nəl\

: a piece of music that is played during a procession

Full Definition of PROCESSIONAL

1
:  a book containing material for a procession
2
:  a musical composition (as a hymn) designed for a procession
3
:  a ceremonial procession
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Examples of PROCESSIONAL

  1. He led a slow processional into the church.

First Known Use of PROCESSIONAL

15th century

2processional

adjective

: of, relating to, or used for a procession

Full Definition of PROCESSIONAL

:  of, relating to, or moving in a procession
pro·ces·sion·al·ly adverb

First Known Use of PROCESSIONAL

circa 1611

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