aquacade

noun
aqua·​cade | \ˈä-kwə-ˌkād, ˈa-\

Definition of aquacade 

: a water spectacle that consists usually of exhibitions of swimming and diving with musical accompaniment

First Known Use of aquacade

1937, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aquacade

Aquacade, a water spectacle originally at Cleveland, Ohio

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